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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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conception

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1 1, 13 | medium ~of the intellectual conception. It follows therefore that 2 1, 13 | signified by the ~name is the conception in the intellect of the 3 1, 13 | medium of the ~intellectual conception, as was said above.~Aquin.: 4 1, 23 | Gn. 25:21). But from that conception Jacob was born, and he was ~ 5 1, 27 | something within us, which is a ~conception of the object understood, 6 1, 27 | the object understood, a conception issuing from our ~intellectual 7 1, 27 | knowledge of that object. This ~conception is signified by the spoken 8 1, 27 | closely is the intellectual conception ~joined and united to the 9 1, 27 | the divine Wisdom, namely, conception and birth; as is declared 10 1, 27 | understanding we use the word "conception" in order to ~signify that 11 1, 27 | in the lover; as, by the conception of the word, the ~object 12 1, 34 | the intellect forms in its conception is ~the word. Now, the intellect 13 1, 36 | apprehend it by a mental conception. Hence also ~in this way 14 1, 37 | the one who understands a ~conception of the object understood, 15 1, 37 | object understood, which conception we call word; so ~when anyone 16 1, 37 | procession of the intellectual conception - namely, ~"to speak," and " 17 1, 41 | understands Himself, and thus the ~conception of the divine Word is natural.~ 18 1, 42 | remove the beginning of conception, remove pain ~and all human 19 1, 43 | the first moment of ~His conception; but not afterwards, since 20 1, 43 | from the beginning of His ~conception He was filled with all wisdom 21 1, 43 | the first moment of His ~conception. The visible mission was 22 1, 45 | made by art is from the conception of the craftsman. According 23 1, 50 | differs in our mode of conception; for, inasmuch as our intellect ~ 24 1, 37 | the one who understands a ~conception of the object understood, 25 1, 37 | object understood, which conception we call word; so ~when anyone 26 1, 37 | procession of the intellectual conception - namely, ~"to speak," and " 27 1, 41 | understands Himself, and thus the ~conception of the divine Word is natural.~ 28 1, 42 | remove the beginning of conception, remove pain ~and all human 29 1, 43 | the first moment of ~His conception; but not afterwards, since 30 1, 43 | from the beginning of His ~conception He was filled with all wisdom 31 1, 43 | the first moment of His ~conception. The visible mission was 32 1, 46 | made by art is from the conception of the craftsman. According 33 1, 51 | differs in our mode of conception; for, inasmuch as our intellect ~ 34 1, 105 | by a kind of universal ~conception, to receive which the inferior 35 1, 109 | corporeal matter obeys a conception of the soul; for the body 36 1, 109 | of man is ~changed by a conception of the soul as regards heat 37 1, 109 | corporeal matter changed by a conception of an angel.~Aquin.: SMT 38 1, 114 | the matter in the human conception is not wholly ~disposed 39 2, 5 | the very beginning of His conception, His soul ~was happy, without 40 2, 68 | to us, when through the conception ~of heavenly thought, the 41 2, 91 | since the Divine ~Reason's conception of things is not subject 42 2, 102 | course or at ~the time of conception); and, for the same reason, 43 2, 1 | Christ's incarnation or ~conception; the second, to His virginal 44 2, 1 | Likewise they unite the conception and nativity into one ~article.~ 45 2, 1 | In the ~same way Christ's conception and birth, just as the resurrection 46 2, 17 | the first moment of His conception. Now He had ~hope, since, 47 2, 86 | iv, D, 38], "a vow is a conception of a good ~purpose after 48 2, 86 | certain thing." But the ~conception of a good purpose and so 49 2, 94 | bodies result from the ~conception of the craftsman; and since 50 2, 156 | first degree is an inward ~conception, and in reference to this 51 2, 162 | carrying the child after conception, and this is indicated ~ 52 2, 162 | carrying her ~offspring after conception. Hence it is expressly stated: " 53 2, 172 | from the moment of His ~conception; and yet He calls Himself 54 3, 2 | from the beginning of his conception assumed by the ~Word of 55 3, 2 | from the beginning of His conception this ~man was truly the 56 3, 2 | from the beginning of His conception the human ~nature was united 57 3, 4 | is ~"taken to be a pure conception, since it does not exist 58 3, 6 | human flesh. Yet in the conception of Christ, the ~Holy Ghost, 59 3, 7 | the first moment of His conception Christ saw God's Essence 60 3, 7 | from the beginning of ~His conception Christ had the Divine fruition 61 3, 7 | from the beginning of His conception; not that it was until then ~ 62 3, 7 | the first instant of His conception. ~Hence there could have 63 3, 15 | flesh; but the virtue of His conception did not ~spring from the 64 3, 15 | through the unholiness of our conception, but subsisted in the form 65 3, 26 | THOMAS AND THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION (EDITORIAL NOTE)~The privilege 66 3, 26 | PRIVILEGE OF IMMACULATE CONCEPTION . . . . ~. the Blessed Virgin . . . . . 67 3, 26 | FROM THE LAW; MIRACULOUS CONCEPTION . . . . . Our Blessed ~Lord . . . . . 68 3, 26 | belief in the Immaculate Conception. [*Principally in England, 69 3, 26 | doctrine of the ~Immaculate Conception, not a few ascribed the 70 3, 26 | doctrine of the Immaculate ~Conception.~ 71 3, 27 | consideration: (1) The ~Conception of Christ; (2) His Birth; ( 72 3, 27 | Baptism. Concerning His Conception there are some points to 73 3, 27 | as to the mode of ~His Conception; (3) as to the perfection 74 3, 27 | annunciation, or preparation for conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] Out. 75 3, 27 | some keep the feast of the Conception of the ~Blessed Virgin. 76 3, 27 | it seems that in her very Conception she was ~holy; and hence 77 3, 27 | but was holy in His very ~Conception, according to Lk. 1:35: " 78 3, 27 | does not celebrate the ~Conception of the Blessed Virgin, yet 79 3, 27 | that she was holy in her conception. But since it is not ~known 80 3, 27 | rather ~than the feast of her Conception, is kept on the day of her 81 3, 27 | is kept on the day of her conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 82 3, 27 | Afterwards, however, at the conception of Christ's flesh, in which 83 3, 27 | preparatory to Christ's ~conception: which did not cleanse her 84 3, 27 | Ghost was by means of the conception of Christ which was the ~ 85 3, 27 | knowledge of the Divine Conception, after that wondrous ~manifestation 86 3, 27 | sin: afterwards, in ~the conception of the Son of God, she was 87 3, 27 | inclining her ~to good: in the conception of the Son of God she received 88 3, 28 | incompatible with ~perfect conception of the word. Since therefore 89 3, 28 | of which fact the very conception of Christ was to appear 90 3, 28 | Animal. i, ii, iv), ~in conception the seed of the male is 91 3, 28 | was lacking in Christ's conception, it does not follow ~that 92 3, 28 | of the fetus in animal ~conception, it is nevertheless manifest 93 3, 28 | sufficient matter for a natural conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 94 3, 28 | was not glorified in its conception, but was passible, having " 95 3, 28 | shown in His supernatural conception, of a virgin, ~and in the 96 3, 30 | unnecessary: because the ~Virginal Conception was foretold by a prophecy 97 3, 30 | announcement is made of this conception. Therefore neither should 98 3, 30 | Reply OBJ 3: The spiritual conception of Christ through faith 99 3, 30 | mystery of the ineffable conception ~of God would be realized 100 3, 30 | angels concerning the Divine Conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 101 3, 30 | the manner of our Lord's conception, nor how it was that He ~ 102 3, 30 | come to announce the Divine Conception, so, seemingly, he ~should 103 3, 30 | announced to the Virgin the ~conception of her child before acknowledging 104 3, 30 | insufficient to demonstrate the ~conception of a virgin from that of 105 3, 30 | asserting her worthiness of the conception, by saying, "Full of grace"; ~ 106 3, 30 | then he announced the conception in the words, "The Lord 107 3, 30 | did by foretelling ~the conception and birth, saying: "Behold, 108 3, 30 | making known the mode of conception, ~when he said: "The Holy 109 3, 30 | Mary, in doubt about the conception, ~the angel declares the 110 3, 30 | 4] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~The conception of the sterile Elizabeth 111 3, 31 | to consider the Saviour's conception. First, as to the ~matter 112 3, 31 | as to the author of ~His conception; thirdly, as to the manner 113 3, 31 | manner and order of His conception. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] Out. 114 3, 31 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the conception of Christ should have been 115 3, 31 | reference to the matter of the conception, but rather in ~respect 116 3, 31 | respect of the manner of the conception and birth; inasmuch as a 117 3, 31 | is no uncleanness in the conception of man from a ~woman, as 118 3, 31 | lustful desire accompanies conception by sexual union. But ~this 119 3, 31 | above (A[4]), in Christ's conception His being ~born of a woman 120 3, 31 | other women supply for the conception of their ~offspring. Now, 121 3, 31 | power, so as ~to be apt for conception. And therefore of such matter 122 3, 31 | the necessary matter of ~conception; as the Philosopher says ( 123 3, 31 | was none such in Christ's conception: all the more since, though 124 3, 31 | whereas in that virginal ~conception there could be no concupiscence. 125 3, 31 | repudiated by nature, the conception is not ~formed; but from 126 3, 31 | elimination is prepared for conception, being, as it were, more 127 3, 31 | impurity of lust in the conception of other men: inasmuch as 128 3, 31 | drawn to a place apt for conception. ~This, however, did not 129 3, 31 | not take place in Christ's conception: because this ~blood was 130 3, 31 | was prepared for Christ's conception. But this matter was not 131 3, 32 | ACTIVE PRINCIPLE IN CHRIST'S CONCEPTION (FOUR ARTICLES)~We shall 132 3, 32 | active principle in Christ's conception: ~concerning which there 133 3, 32 | active principle of Christ's ~conception?~(2) Whether it can be said 134 3, 32 | cooperated actively in Christ's ~conception?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[32] A[ 135 3, 32 | accomplishment of Christ's conception should be attributed to ~ 136 3, 32 | accomplishment of Christ's conception ~should not be attributed 137 3, 32 | accomplishment of ~Christ's conception was the work of God. Therefore 138 3, 32 | 43], A[8]. Therefore His conception also, by reason ~of which 139 3, 32 | accomplishment of Christ's conception should be attributed ~principally 140 3, 32 | whole Trinity effected the conception of Christ's ~body: nevertheless, 141 3, 32 | Reply OBJ 1: The work of the conception is indeed common to the 142 3, 32 | of the Son, ~who by this conception took to Himself (human nature). 143 3, 32 | by ~the Father; but the conception refers to the body assumed, 144 3, 32 | therefore, though mission ~and conception are in the same subject; 145 3, 32 | the ~accomplishment of the conception to the Holy Ghost; whereas 146 3, 32 | place of seed in Christ's conception. For Jerome says (Expos. 147 3, 32 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Conception is not attributed to Christ' 148 3, 32 | the place of seed in this conception. For Chrysostom says ~(Hom. 149 3, 32 | which is transformed in conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[32] A[ 150 3, 32 | which she supplied in His ~conception. Therefore it seems that 151 3, 32 | active principle in His conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[32] A[ 152 3, 32 | supplied the ~matter of His conception unto likeness of species. 153 3, 32 | active principle of His conception, but not unto likeness of 154 3, 32 | cooperated actively in the conception of ~Christ's body?~Aquin.: 155 3, 32 | cooperated actively in the ~conception of Christ's body. For Damascene 156 3, 32 | cooperated actively in Christ's conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[32] A[ 157 3, 32 | cooperates actively in the conception of the child.~Aquin.: SMT 158 3, 32 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, in the conception of a child the woman supplies 159 3, 32 | by the Divine ~power of conception and formation, but not by 160 3, 32 | cooperate actively in, the ~conception of Christ's body.~Aquin.: 161 3, 32 | cooperated actively in ~Christ's conception, both by natural and by 162 3, 32 | her an active power in the conception of ~Christ's body, which 163 3, 32 | an active ~power in His conception: whether to cooperate actively 164 3, 32 | therefore say that in Christ's conception itself she did not cooperate ~ 165 3, 32 | Nevertheless, before ~the conception she cooperated actively 166 3, 32 | it should be apt for the conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[32] A[ 167 3, 32 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This conception had three privileges - namely, 168 3, 32 | and that it was a virginal conception. And all three were effected ~ 169 3, 33 | MODE AND ORDER OF CHRIST'S CONCEPTION (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have 170 3, 33 | mode and order of Christ's conception, ~concerning which there 171 3, 33 | the first instant of its ~conception?~(2) Whether it was animated 172 3, 33 | the first instant of its conception?~(3) Whether it was assumed 173 3, 33 | the first instant of its ~conception?~(4) Whether this conception 174 3, 33 | conception?~(4) Whether this conception was natural or miraculous?~ 175 3, 33 | the first instant of its conception?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 176 3, 33 | the first ~instant of its conception. For it is written (Jn. 177 3, 33 | the first instant of ~its conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 178 3, 33 | 3~I answer that, In the conception of Christ's body three points 179 3, 33 | these, the second is the conception itself; the first is a ~ 180 3, 33 | the third, a result of the conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 181 3, 33 | very formation, in which conception principally consists, ~was 182 3, 33 | unformed. While, if the conception had been going on for any 183 3, 33 | formation of the body, the whole conception could not ~be attributed 184 3, 33 | not comprised within the conception ~itself, but is a preamble 185 3, 33 | the first instant of its conception?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 186 3, 33 | the first ~instant of its conception. For Pope Leo says (Ep. 187 3, 33 | the first instant of their conception. Therefore ~neither should 188 3, 33 | the first ~instant of its conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 189 3, 33 | the first instant of its conception ~Christ's body was not of 190 3, 33 | the first ~instant of its conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 191 3, 33 | the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 192 3, 33 | 1~I answer that, For the conception to be attributed to the 193 3, 33 | the first ~instant of its conception Christ's body must needs 194 3, 33 | the first instant of His ~conception. Nevertheless that quantity 195 3, 33 | soul at the term of ~the conception. Therefore it was assumed 196 3, 33 | assumed at the term of the conception. ~But at the term of the 197 3, 33 | But at the term of the conception it was already conceived. 198 3, 33 | the first instant of its ~conception; but, first of all, the 199 3, 33 | But since we hold that the conception ~was effected instantaneously, 200 3, 33 | and the completion of its conception were in the same instant. 201 3, 33 | began to be conceived, its conception and ~animation were completed.~ 202 3, 33 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's conception was natural?~Aquin.: SMT 203 3, 33 | would seem that Christ's conception was natural. For Christ 204 3, 33 | of Man by reason of His conception in the flesh. But He is ~ 205 3, 33 | Son of ~God. Therefore His conception was natural.~Aquin.: SMT 206 3, 33 | miraculous effect. But ~Christ's conception is attributed to the Blessed 207 3, 33 | Therefore it seems ~that His conception was not miraculous, but 208 3, 33 | A[4]). But in ~Christ's conception the passive principle on 209 3, 33 | 4]). Therefore Christ's conception ~was natural.~Aquin.: SMT 210 3, 33 | the ~miraculous virginal conception."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 211 3, 33 | For if we consider in this conception anything connected with 212 3, 33 | therefore is ~it that Christ's conception should be described simply 213 3, 33 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The conception is attributed to the Blessed 214 3, 33 | matter, and ~because the conception took place in her womb.~ 215 3, 33 | in point. ~Therefore this conception cannot be called simply 216 3, 34 | the first instant of His ~conception?~(2) Whether in that same 217 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 218 3, 34 | the first instant ~of His conception. For it is written (1 Cor. 219 3, 34 | the very beginning of ~His conception, but after a space of time.~ 220 3, 34 | in the first instant of conception, ~Christ's body was both 221 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception, Christ had the ~fulness 222 3, 34 | the first instant of ~His conception?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 223 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception. For a thing is, before 224 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception, as ~was made clear above ( 225 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 226 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 227 3, 34 | first instant of Christ's conception. Therefore it ~seems that 228 3, 34 | the first ~instant of His conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 229 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 230 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception ~Christ had that operation 231 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 232 3, 34 | the first instant of His ~conception, had the fulness of sanctifying 233 3, 34 | the first instant of His ~conception, to have an operation of 234 3, 34 | the first instant of His ~conception, through His body being 235 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 236 3, 34 | the first instant of ~His conception. For the free-will bears 237 3, 34 | first instant of Christ's conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 238 3, 34 | the first instant of his ~conception seems to be natural to him: 239 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception, was not meritorious.~Aquin.: 240 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception, it follows that afterwards 241 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 242 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception. Therefore Christ merited ~ 243 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 244 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception. Now, sanctification is 245 3, 34 | the first ~instant of His conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 246 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception: not, indeed, so that it 247 3, 34 | the first instant of His ~conception?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 248 3, 34 | the ~first instant of His conception. For merit precedes reward, 249 3, 34 | the first instant of His ~conception, as stated above (A[3]). 250 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 251 3, 34 | the first instant of His conception, when as yet He had ~not 252 3, 34 | the first instant of ~His conception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 253 3, 34 | the first ~instant of His conception. Therefore, in the first 254 3, 34 | the first instant of His ~conception, Christ, as man, was in 255 3, 34 | unbecoming that in His conception Christ should receive merely 256 3, 34 | the first instant ~of His conception Christ received not only 257 3, 35 | After considering Christ's conception, we must treat of His nativity. ~ 258 3, 35 | lapse of time ~from His conception: but it is also supernatural, 259 3, 35 | Virgin, ~above the law of conception." Thus, then, on the part 260 3, 35 | semen is not necessary for conception; neither, ~therefore, is 261 3, 35 | the human nature. ~Now, conception and birth are attributed 262 3, 35 | the very ~beginning of the conception, as stated above (Q[33], 263 3, 35 | humanity were ~first subject to conception and birth, before this man 264 3, 36 | from the beginning ~of His conception. Therefore, unless He had 265 3, 37 | Him. For He alone, whose conception was ~ineffable, and whose 266 3, 39 | from the beginning of His conception, as we have made ~clear 267 3, 39 | from the beginning of His conception, because He was the ~"Only-begotten 268 3, 39 | of the Man-Christ, whose conception in the flesh was not carnal, 269 3, 39 | from the ~beginning of His conception. Therefore the Father's 270 3, 43 | the first moment of His conception; for ~from that instant 271 3, 45 | the first moment of His ~conception, but also of His body; according 272 3, 45 | first moment of Christ's conception was due to a certain Divine ~ 273 3, 45 | shown ~in His supernatural conception of a virgin and in the unstable 274 3, 48 | from the beginning of His conception Christ merited for ~Himself 275 3, 48 | From the beginning of His conception Christ merited our ~eternal 276 3, 49 | the first instant of His ~conception, as stated above (Q[34], 277 3, 49 | the first instant of His conception. Therefore neither did ~ 278 3, 54 | from the instant of His conception by perfect ~fruition of 279 3, 54 | of ~another nature in His conception, a heavenly one for instance, 280 3, 54 | the body which in His ~conception He had assumed to a mortal 281 3, 69 | the very beginning of His conception ~Christ was "full of grace 282 3, 72 | very ~first instant of His conception He was "full of grace and 283 3, 78 | His body. ~But in Christ's conception, whereby His body was fashioned, 284 Suppl, 93| from the moment of His conception, since then He had never


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