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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | not possible for God to enter into ~the composition of 2 1, 9 | For as the sun is said to enter a house, or to go out, according 3 1, 14 | of them, so far as they enter into divine predication, ~ 4 1, 14 | all the principles which enter into the composition of 5 1, 29 | word "nature" ought not to enter into the ~definition of 6 1, 44 | since to be caused does not enter into the essence of ~being 7 1, 45 | nature creation does not enter, but is presupposed ~to 8 1, 57 | material ~things cannot enter by their essence into man' 9 1, 62 | beatitude?~(5) Did they at once enter into beatitude after merit?~( 10 1, 74 | the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into the kingdom ~of God."~ 11 1, 76 | the fifth essence does not enter materially into the ~composition 12 1, 45 | since to be caused does not enter into the essence of ~being 13 1, 46 | nature creation does not enter, but is presupposed ~to 14 1, 58 | material ~things cannot enter by their essence into man' 15 1, 63 | beatitude?~(5) Did they at once enter into beatitude after merit?~( 16 1, 73 | the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into the kingdom ~of God."~ 17 1, 75 | the fifth essence does not enter materially into the ~composition 18 1, 84 | were so, ~matter would not enter into the definition of natural 19 1, 85 | the intelligible species enter into our intellect ~successively; 20 1, 85 | universal; and thus they may enter the domain of the ~intellect 21 1, 88 | presence, for God alone can enter into the soul; nor by means 22 1, 89 | another by differences which enter into their ~composition. 23 1, 90 | impassible; wherefore it does not enter into the ~composition of 24 1, 102 | governed; for instance, if we enter a well-ordered house we 25 2, 66 | Pharisees, you shall not enter into the ~kingdom of heaven": 26 2, 91 | Pharisees, you ~shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven." 27 2, 100 | Mt. 19:17): "If thou wilt enter into ~life, keep the commandments": 28 2, 100 | did not say, "If thou wilt enter into life, keep ~one commandment"; 29 2, 105 | tenth generation, shall not enter into the ~church of the 30 2, 105 | of a prostitute shalt not enter into the ~church of the 31 2, 108 | help of God; by striving to enter by the narrow door of ~perfect 32 2, 109 | Mt. 19:17): "If thou wilt enter into life, keep the ~commandments"; 33 2, 109 | which it would seem that to enter into everlasting ~life rests 34 2, 112 | the Holy Ghost he cannot enter ~into the kingdom of God."~ 35 2, 10 | them to come in." Now men enter into the house of ~God, 36 2, 10 | the ~Jews were about to enter. For the latter were inclined 37 2, 16 | entereth in," i.e. maketh us to enter . . . "within the veil," 38 2, 16 | Eternal happiness does not enter into the heart of man ~perfectly, 39 2, 16 | believed, because by hope we ~enter in to see what we believe. 40 2, 27 | according to Mt. 25:21: ~"Enter into the joy of thy Lord."~ 41 2, 34 | bane of spite fitted to enter deep into the ~mind." Therefore 42 2, 41 | nothing ~accidental should enter a definition, because it 43 2, 43 | 1:4): "Wisdom will not enter into a ~malicious soul, 44 2, 76 | A lender may without sin enter an agreement with the ~borrower 45 2, 76 | gained. But the lender cannot enter an agreement for compensation, ~ 46 2, 81 | thou, when thou shalt pray, enter into thy chamber, and ~having 47 2, 85 | Pharisees, you shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven," ~ 48 2, 86 | children may be bound by vow to enter religion?~(10) Whether a 49 2, 86 | instance, a man vows to enter ~a monastery, the monks 50 2, 86 | Hence if a man has vowed to enter a ~monastery, he must endeavor 51 2, 86 | chiefly to bind himself to enter the ~religious life, so 52 2, 86 | to be received there, to enter the religious ~life elsewhere. 53 2, 86 | way, he is not bound to ~enter another religious house, 54 2, 86 | binding himself by vow to enter religion, or with regard 55 2, 86 | cannot bind himself by vow to enter religion, since this ~would 56 2, 86 | bind themselves by vow to enter religion?~Aquin.: SMT SS 57 2, 86 | bind themselves by vow to ~enter religion. Since a vow requires 58 2, 86 | bind themselves by vow to enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 59 2, 86 | by another. Now a vow to enter religion made by a boy or 60 2, 86 | is granted to those who ~enter religion, so that probation 61 2, 86 | children ~to be bound by vow to enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 62 2, 86 | validly be bound by a vow ~to enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 63 2, 86 | dispensation of a vow. A person may enter religion ~without the authority 64 2, 86 | dispense a person from a vow to enter the religious life, ~without 65 2, 87 | man were to swear ~not to enter religion, or not to become 66 2, 87 | under oath that he will enter religion, or perform some 67 2, 87 | when a man swears not to enter a religion: and such an ~ 68 2, 95 | wrath that they should not enter into My rest." ~Therefore 69 2, 96 | when a man swears not to ~enter religion, or not to do some 70 2, 96 | person who swears not to enter religion, or not to give ~ 71 2, 98 | may thereby be induced to enter the monastery; although ~ 72 2, 99 | must not ~leave them and enter religion, because he would 73 2, 99 | him to abandon them and enter ~religion, because children 74 2, 113 | 36:15): "Let their sword enter into ~their own hearts." 75 2, 177 | according ~to Wis. 8:16: "When I enter into my house, I shall repose 76 2, 178 | Now ~motive causes do not enter into the essence of a thing, 77 2, 180 | life it is possible to ~enter the heavenly kingdom, provided 78 2, 180 | able to do; but we cannot enter therein without the active 79 2, 182 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Those who enter the state of perfection 80 2, 182 | and archdeacons, when they enter ~religion, resign their 81 2, 182 | their cure, in order to enter the state of perfection. ~ 82 2, 183 | praiseworthy to desire to ~enter the religious state. Therefore 83 2, 183 | episcopal cure, in order to ~enter religion?~Aquin.: SMT SS 84 2, 183 | episcopal cure ~in order to enter religion. For no one can 85 2, 183 | forsake the episcopal cure and enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 86 2, 183 | salvation of others, may enter the religious life, and 87 2, 183 | so as to be obliged to enter the religious state. Yet 88 2, 183 | young ~man: "If thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments," 89 2, 184 | his wife is counseled to enter a monastery which is described 90 2, 184 | property of his own, or enter the married state, or do 91 2, 184 | a rich man shall hardly enter into the kingdom of ~heaven," 92 2, 184 | than for a rich man to enter into the ~kingdom of heaven." 93 2, 184 | be a wholesome counsel to enter religion. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 94 2, 185 | xxii): "Sometimes those who enter the profession of God's ~ 95 2, 186 | Douay: 'learning'], I will enter into the powers ~of the 96 2, 186 | impossible for a rich man to ~enter the kingdom of heaven,' 97 2, 187 | the ~commandments should enter religion?~(2) Whether it 98 2, 187 | person to be bound by vow to enter ~religion?~(3) Whether those 99 2, 187 | who are bound by vow to enter religion are bound to ~fulfil 100 2, 187 | Whether those who vow to enter religion are bound to remain 101 2, 187 | priests or archdeacons may enter religion?~(8) Whether one 102 2, 187 | ought to induce others to enter religion?~(10) Whether serious 103 2, 187 | the commandments should ~enter religion?~Aquin.: SMT SS 104 2, 187 | would seem that none should enter religion but those who are ~ 105 2, 187 | none should be allowed to enter ~religion but those who 106 2, 187 | seem that one ought not to enter ~religion for the purpose 107 2, 187 | seem that one should not enter religion unless one be practiced ~ 108 2, 187 | perverted by those who ~enter religion, or induce others 109 2, 187 | religion, or induce others to enter religion, before they are ~ 110 2, 187 | the commandments should enter religion in order to attain ~ 111 2, 187 | ought to be bound by vow to enter religion?~Aquin.: SMT SS 112 2, 187 | not to be bound by vow to enter ~religion. For in making 113 2, 187 | world to be bound by ~vow to enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 114 2, 187 | should be bound by vow to enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 115 2, 187 | through being bound by vow to enter religion it often ~happens 116 2, 187 | not to be bound by vow to enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 117 2, 187 | to bind oneself by vow to enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 118 2, 187 | to bind oneself by vow to enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 119 2, 187 | religious, but only binds him to enter ~religion, and such a vow 120 2, 187 | Reply OBJ 3: The vow to enter religion is a strengthening 121 2, 187 | who is bound by a vow to enter religion is under an ~obligation 122 2, 187 | who is bound by the vow to enter religion ~is not under an 123 2, 187 | not be if he were bound to enter religion. Therefore it would 124 2, 187 | not in a person's power to enter religion, since this depends 125 2, 187 | which he bound himself to enter ~religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 126 2, 187 | the fulfilment of a vow to enter religion might hinder the 127 2, 187 | man has bound himself to enter religion is not necessarily 128 2, 187 | he who binds himself ~to enter religion is under an obligation 129 2, 187 | is under an obligation to enter religion according as ~he 130 2, 187 | absolutely, he is obliged to enter as soon as he can, through 131 2, 187 | condition, he is bound to ~enter religion when the time comes 132 2, 187 | him to renounce all and enter religion. Hence (Extra, 133 2, 187 | episcopate after vowing to enter religion, without having ~ 134 2, 187 | bound himself by vow to enter a certain religious ~order 135 2, 187 | to bind himself simply to enter the religious ~life, if 136 2, 187 | Reply OBJ 3: The vow to enter religion being perpetual 137 2, 187 | Whether he who has vowed to enter religion is bound to remain 138 2, 187 | that he who has vowed to enter religion, is bound ~in perpetuity 139 2, 187 | For it is better not to enter ~religion than to leave 140 2, 187 | bound himself by the vow to enter religion, is under the obligation ~ 141 2, 187 | under the obligation ~to enter, as stated above (A[3]). 142 2, 187 | OBJ 3: Further, the vow to enter religion is accounted a 143 2, 187 | person after vowing to ~enter religion were to enter with 144 2, 187 | enter religion were to enter with the intention of leaving. 145 2, 187 | therefore, that he who vows to enter religion is bound also to 146 2, 187 | whereby a man binds himself to enter religion. Therefore it seems 147 2, 187 | seems that he ~who vows to enter religion is not for that 148 2, 187 | bind himself not only to enter ~religion, but also to remain 149 2, 187 | intend to bind himself to enter ~religion for the purpose 150 2, 187 | seem that he ~is bound to enter religion according to the 151 2, 187 | which is that those who enter should be given a year's 152 2, 187 | Reply OBJ 1: It is better to enter religion with the purpose 153 2, 187 | making a ~trial than not to enter at all, because by so doing 154 2, 187 | seems that they should not enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 155 2, 187 | use of ~reason, vows to enter religion, or even is ordained, 156 2, 187 | of his master in order to enter ~religion or take holy orders, 157 2, 187 | his father in order to enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 158 2, 187 | owe money to anyone cannot enter ~religion. For Gregory says ( 159 2, 187 | much less may children ~enter religion in despite of their 160 2, 187 | person having children to enter ~religion so as altogether 161 2, 187 | latter may not lawfully enter religion in ~despite of 162 2, 187 | they owe their ~parents, enter religion even against their 163 2, 187 | this obligation in order to enter ~religion. If, however, 164 2, 187 | property, he may lawfully enter religion, nor is ~he bound 165 2, 187 | parish priests may lawfully enter religion?~Aquin.: SMT SS 166 2, 187 | priests cannot lawfully enter religion. ~For Gregory says ( 167 2, 187 | a man for a debt, cannot enter ~religion, unless he pay 168 2, 187 | cure of souls in ~order to enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 169 2, 187 | having cure of souls were to enter religion, the people would ~ 170 2, 187 | priests cannot lawfully enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 171 2, 187 | parish priests may ~lawfully enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 172 2, 187 | ought to induce others to enter religion?~Aquin.: SMT SS 173 2, 187 | ought to induce others to enter ~religion. For the blessed 174 2, 187 | that ~"those who seek to enter religion must not easily 175 2, 187 | lawful to ~induce anyone to enter religion. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 176 2, 187 | those who induce persons to enter religion. ~Therefore this 177 2, 187 | those who are induced to enter religion, sometimes take ~ 178 2, 187 | are under obligation to enter a ~stricter religion. Therefore 179 2, 187 | praiseworthy to induce ~others to enter religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 180 2, 187 | Those who induce others to enter religion not only do not ~ 181 2, 187 | force another by violence to enter ~religion: and this is forbidden 182 2, 187 | another simoniacally to enter ~religion, by giving him 183 2, 187 | Those who are induced to enter religion have still a time ~ 184 2, 187 | bound by vow or oath to enter a lesser order, may be lawfully ~ 185 2, 187 | be lawfully ~induced to enter a greater one. unless there 186 2, 187 | bound by vow or oath to enter a ~greater order, cannot 187 2, 187 | cannot be lawfully induced to enter a lesser order, except ~ 188 2, 187 | Whether it is praiseworthy to enter religion without taking 189 2, 187 | not seem praiseworthy to enter religion without taking ~ 190 2, 187 | seemingly one ought not to enter ~religion without discussing 191 2, 187 | seem that one ought not to enter religion without long deliberation ~ 192 2, 187 | the person who intends to enter. And here again there is 193 2, 187 | religion, since those who enter religion ~trust not to be 194 2, 187 | which order one ought to ~enter, and about such matters 195 2, 187 | But ~for him who seeks to enter religion there can be no 196 3, 8 | is by the door that all enter the ~house; and it is Christ 197 3, 22 | way for us, that we might enter by the virtue ~of His blood, 198 3, 27 | nature is subject, so as to enter into Paradise otherwise ~ 199 3, 27 | 1:4): "Wisdom will not enter into a malicious soul, nor ~ 200 3, 28 | For truly He had power to enter in by doors not open, in 201 3, 29 | until the day when they enter the married state. Thus 202 3, 29 | for espoused maidens to enter ~frequently the houses of 203 3, 32 | Only-Begotten was about to enter into the Virgin, the Holy ~ 204 3, 34 | these things, and so to enter into His glory?" But glory 205 3, 37 | consequently she is forbidden "to enter into the sanctuary until 206 3, 38 | the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter ~into the kingdom of God." 207 3, 39 | the Holy ~Ghost, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God." 208 3, 39 | opened unto one who ~needs to enter heaven, by reason of his 209 3, 39 | before His ~Passion, could enter heaven. Therefore the heavens 210 3, 39 | continually, in order to enter ~heaven: for though sins 211 3, 39 | each one, in ~order that he enter heaven. And this is effected 212 3, 39 | shown by which men were to enter into heaven.~Aquin.: SMT 213 3, 44 | 1:4): "Wisdom will not enter into a malicious soul, nor 214 3, 45 | these things, and so ~to enter into His glory (?)." To 215 3, 45 | many ~tribulations we must enter into the kingdom of God." 216 3, 46 | these things, and so to enter into His glory?" Thirdly, 217 3, 46 | Passion they were unwilling to enter Pilate's ~hall, "that they 218 3, 49 | that the devils could not enter ~into the swine except with 219 3, 49 | of justice, merited to ~enter into the heavenly kingdom, 220 3, 49 | s Passion no one could ~enter the kingdom of heaven by 221 3, 51 | naught besides Him must enter into ~our hearts, a great 222 3, 54 | the ~tree, how could it enter through closed doors?" And 223 3, 54 | Godhead; for truly He could enter ~in by doors not open, in 224 3, 54 | you, yet you would ~not enter.'"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] 225 3, 60 | the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God."~ 226 3, 64 | because God ~alone can enter the soul wherein the sacramental 227 3, 65 | the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter in to the ~kingdom of God," 228 3, 66 | the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God, ~ 229 3, 66 | the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God."~ 230 3, 66 | He cannot see [Vulg.: 'enter into'] the kingdom of God." 231 3, 66 | says on Jn. 3:4: ~"'Can he enter a second time into his mother' 232 3, 67 | on Jn. 3:4, "Can" a man ~"enter a second time into his mother' 233 3, 68 | the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God." 234 3, 68 | the Holy Ghost, ~he cannot enter the kingdom of God." But 235 3, 68 | those alone are saved who enter ~God's kingdom. Therefore 236 3, 68 | let them for eight months enter ~the porch of the church 237 3, 68 | the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God." ~ 238 3, 69 | forward, with a sure hope, to enter the heavenly kingdom.~Aquin.: 239 3, 80 | as to whether they should enter the church and receive the 240 3, 80 | the ~Lord's body should enter the mouth of a Christian 241 3, 80 | sacrament," so that it may enter into a mouth not yet contaminated ~ 242 3, 80 | this sacrament ought to enter into the mouth of a ~Christian 243 3, 80 | worthy that Thou shouldst enter under my roof"; ~also Peter, 244 3, 80 | worthy that Thou shouldst enter under my roof'; since both ~ 245 3, 80 | worthy that Thou shouldst enter under my roof"; and he who 246 3, 83 | the ~feet of those that enter."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 247 3, 85 | the door to them that they enter at ~the same time as it: 248 Suppl, 10| Further, it is impossible to enter by a closed door before 249 Suppl, 10| opened. But a dying man can enter heaven before making his 250 Suppl, 17| need for keys that one may enter a house the door of ~which 251 Suppl, 19| were cleansed by them could enter into a tabernacle ~which 252 Suppl, 29| it was not yet time to enter into glory, because "the 253 Suppl, 32| Baptism is given to all who enter. Therefore this sacrament ~ 254 Suppl, 32| 1~Reply OBJ 2: Those who enter have to receive purity of 255 Suppl, 39| a prostitute, shall not enter into the Church of the Lord ~ 256 Suppl, 40| things; for instance, to enter once a year the Holy of ~ 257 Suppl, 43| puberty, but before it, ~enter into the marriage contract 258 Suppl, 43| dissolved if one of the ~parties enter religion. For if I have 259 Suppl, 43| expressly: "Just ~as those who enter into a contract of fellowship 260 Suppl, 45| since they are free, may enter religion without their parent' 261 Suppl, 47| contrary, A son may lawfully enter religion though his father ~ 262 Suppl, 52| wife. But a slave cannot enter religion or receive orders 263 Suppl, 53| sacred orders. But a man may enter religion after marriage, 264 Suppl, 53| but she is ~not bound to enter religion, if she has no 265 Suppl, 59| consummated, the husband ~cannot enter religion without his wife' 266 Suppl, 59| penance the adulterer does not enter another life ~as an unbeliever 267 Suppl, 59| a vow of continence nor enter ~into a second marriage, 268 Suppl, 59| can take Holy orders or enter ~religion, having first 269 Suppl, 61| has been consummated can ~enter religion without the other' 270 Suppl, 61| consent?~(2) Whether they can enter religion before the consummation 271 Suppl, 61| has been consummated can enter ~religion without the other' 272 Suppl, 61| consummated ~one consort can enter religion without the other' 273 Suppl, 61| man from being able ~to enter religion. ~Aquin.: SMT XP 274 Suppl, 61| consummated one consort can enter ~religion without the other' 275 Suppl, 61| consummated ~one consort cannot enter religion without the other' 276 Suppl, 61| pay: and so the one cannot enter religion without the other' 277 Suppl, 74| asserted that "any soul will enter any ~body," as stated in 278 Suppl, 79| the fifth ~body does not enter materially into the composition 279 Suppl, 80| fifth essence can nowise enter into the composition of 280 Suppl, 86| Further, "The Lord will enter into judgment with the ancients 281 Suppl, 93| commandments: 'If thou wilt enter into life, keep the ~commandments' ( 282 Suppl, 96| to Me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven:


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