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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | believed God to be a body. Yet, granted that everyone ~understands 2 1, 5 | are the same really?~(2) Granted that they differ only in 3 1, 5 | is prior in thought?~(3) Granted that being is prior, whether 4 1, 7 | infinite in magnitude. For granted that a body exists infinite 5 1, 10 | absolute difference ~because, granted that time always was and 6 1, 10 | potentialities; ~because, granted also that time always goes 7 1, 10 | possible to God to allow; even granted this, aeviternity would ~ 8 1, 12 | Hence it must be absolutely granted that the blessed see the 9 1, 12 | secret words which it is not granted to man to utter" (2 Cor. ~ 10 1, 14 | art agrees with the art. Granted, ~however, an actually infinite 11 1, 14 | Therefore it cannot be granted that God ~can know more 12 1, 19 | so by supposition; for, granted that he is sitting, he ~ 13 1, 23 | effect of predestination was granted to one, ~and not to another, 14 1, 23 | of ~predestination were granted as a debt, and not gratuitously. 15 1, 23 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, granted what is possible, nothing 16 1, 36 | everything else. Hence, granted that the Holy Ghost originates 17 1, 46 | way as in movement. Now, granted ~the eternity of movement, 18 1, 53 | continuous, it can be so granted, ~that, while an angel is 19 1, 55 | above (Q[54], A[5]). Even granted that he could abstract ~ 20 1, 63 | envy. But, if the cause is granted, ~the effect follows. If, 21 1, 66 | its kind. And it must be granted ~that forthwith from the 22 1, 68 | may, strictly speaking, be granted ~that the firmament was 23 1, 75 | 75] A[6] Body Para. 2/2~Granted even that the soul is composed 24 1, 47 | way as in movement. Now, granted ~the eternity of movement, 25 1, 54 | continuous, it can be so granted, ~that, while an angel is 26 1, 56 | above (Q[54], A[5]). Even granted that he could abstract ~ 27 1, 64 | envy. But, if the cause is granted, ~the effect follows. If, 28 1, 67 | its kind. And it must be granted ~that forthwith from the 29 1, 69 | may, strictly speaking, be granted ~that the firmament was 30 1, 74 | 75] A[6] Body Para. 2/2~Granted even that the soul is composed 31 1, 83 | them essentially: so that granted that we have a knowledge 32 1, 87 | opinion is untrue, because ~granted that, as above explained, 33 1, 92 | Apost. xxvii) that God granted to no other creature besides 34 1, 99 | such as we believe was granted to the ~Virgin Mother of 35 1, 107 | dispensation it is ~sometimes granted to some of the saints to 36 1, 112 | deprived of that exterior help granted by God to the whole human ~ 37 2, 2 | 2/2~Secondly, because, granted that the end of man's will 38 2, 14 | counsel, but is taken for granted as its ~principle, as stated 39 2, 14 | principles which are taken for granted in the inquiry of counsel ~ 40 2, 19 | in syllogistic arguments, granted one absurdity, ~others must 41 2, 59 | A[3]). Thirdly, because, granted that ~some passions are, 42 2, 81 | are insufficient. Because, granted that some ~bodily defects 43 2, 81 | from parent to child, and ~granted that even some defects of 44 2, 81 | something voluntary. Wherefore granted that the rational soul ~ 45 2, 91 | community. Now it is evident, granted that the ~world is ruled 46 2, 94 | habitually; and this is granted.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 47 2, 100 | Therefore a dispensation can be granted in ~the precepts of the 48 2, 100 | But a dispensation was granted in this precept; for it ~ 49 2, 102 | burnt; while the other was granted to the use of the ~priests 50 2, 102 | that remission of sins is granted by God through the ~ministry 51 2, 102 | for if the offering were granted to the use of ~those for 52 2, 102 | goodness of God that it was granted to man, wherefore it was ~ 53 2, 102 | the ~people and the peace granted to them in the Land of promise.~ 54 2, 103 | foreshadowed the favors granted us ~by Christ. Hence the 55 2, 105 | corrupt. But since the power granted to a king is so ~great, 56 2, 105 | with them, so to speak, He granted them a king, as is ~clear 57 2, 105 | partly common, and partly granted to others ~by the will of 58 2, 105 | that succession should be granted to the female line in ~order 59 2, 105 | to friendship. The Law ~granted these facilities for helping 60 2, 105 | greater ~number: and it granted facilities for this purpose 61 2, 105 | 2/2~As regards animals granted in loan, the Law enacted 62 2, 105 | himself of the ~privilege granted by the Law, whereby he was 63 2, 105 | people, admission was not granted to everyone at ~once, for 64 2, 110 | cannot be without them. Yet, granted ~that it was without them, 65 2, 114 | On the contrary, What is granted in accordance with a fair 66 2, 114 | But life everlasting is granted by God, in ~accordance with 67 2, 114 | its ~consummation to be granted us by God; and this he here 68 2, 3 | for prayers that it may be granted him "with confidence, to 69 2, 6 | this way sometimes it is granted by God to a man to believe, 70 2, 6 | believe, and yet ~he is not granted the gift of charity: even 71 2, 25 | This argument should be granted as to those who are ~connected 72 2, 53 | temporal goods also may be granted us according to our needs, 73 2, 58 | expedient to take the worst for granted, since if a remedy be efficacious ~ 74 2, 59 | if not even ~the use is granted gratis, it is called "letting" 75 2, 61 | degrees are more ~readily granted to the rich and powerful 76 2, 76 | itself, ~and whoever is granted the use of the thing, is 77 2, 76 | the use of the thing, is granted the thing itself ~and for 78 2, 76 | such things both may be granted: for instance, one man ~ 79 2, 76 | the person to whom he has granted its use, as ~happens in 80 2, 76 | loan in return for a loan granted. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 81 2, 81 | Think ~what happiness is granted thee, what honor bestowed 82 2, 81 | the sense that they may be granted to us in ~so far as they 83 2, 81 | salvation, and yet ~it is not granted on account of some obstacle 84 2, 81 | the martyrs' prayers are granted when they ~pray for their 85 2, 81 | which they deem will be ~granted through their prayers according 86 2, 81 | deferred that they may be ~granted at a suitable time," according 87 2, 84 | agreement: as ~when a person is granted a portion of Church land, 88 2, 84 | and vestments, cannot be granted to the use of the laity: 89 2, 84 | offered by the people were ~granted to the priest's use." Wherefore 90 2, 84 | also reply that just as God granted the land of promise to ~ 91 2, 85 | certain soldiers through being granted ~to them in fee by the Church, 92 2, 85 | certain tithes have been granted by way of alms to certain 93 2, 85 | reason of various concessions granted by the Apostolic ~See [* 94 2, 86 | Whether a dispensation can be granted in a solemn vow of continence?~( 95 2, 86 | IV, a year's probation is granted to those who ~enter religion, 96 2, 86 | that no dispensation can be granted from a vow of continency ~ 97 2, 87 | keep an oath; as Herod, who granted the slaying of John, ~rather 98 2, 87 | dispensation from this oath be granted by anyone.~Aquin.: SMT SS 99 2, 94 | However, this gift is not granted to all, or in connection 100 2, 98 | would not preclude its being granted to others. Moreover, ~the 101 2, 98 | the property sold, and is granted ~"in fee." Tithes are granted 102 2, 98 | granted ~"in fee." Tithes are granted to certain soldiers, and 103 2, 98 | direct sale, nor can it ~be granted "in fee," but is transferred 104 2, 98 | with the property sold or granted.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 105 2, 98 | receiving tithes is not granted to layfolk, but ~merely 106 2, 98 | temporal commodities which are granted in the name of tithe, ~as 107 2, 98 | which a spiritual thing is granted to the person for whom the ~ 108 2, 98 | through having simoniacally granted or received a ~benefice, 109 2, 104 | grace. But some ~favors are granted without grace, and are rudely, 110 2, 106 | makes use of the ~power granted him by God. For it is written ( 111 2, 108 | circumstances being taken for granted - nor was he faithless in 112 2, 115 | things of this world that are granted us for our livelihood. ~ 113 2, 115 | 18) excess of riches is granted by God to some, in order ~ 114 2, 120 | dispensation is more easily granted ~than in the Old, in the 115 2, 121 | Accordingly it must be granted that ~fortitude is properly 116 2, 121 | The Fourth argument is granted.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 117 2, 134 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: It may be granted that patience in a certain 118 2, 145 | dispensations should be granted to the ~imperfect and to 119 2, 163 | favor of grace, ~it was granted him that no creature outside 120 2, 169 | for such acts man is ~not granted a habitual gift of grace. 121 2, 173 | unspeakable words, which it is not granted unto man to utter."~Aquin.: 122 2, 173 | secret words, which it is not granted unto man to ~utter": and 123 2, 173 | words, which it is not granted to man to utter." Now the 124 2, 174 | language. For that which is granted to certain persons by ~the 125 2, 175 | utterance. ~But prophecy is granted to women, as we read of 126 2, 176 | prayer ~of a sinner is not granted, according to Jn. 9:31, " 127 2, 176 | of sinners ~are sometimes granted by God. Hence Augustine 128 2, 176 | concerned; yet it is sometimes granted, either for the spiritual 129 2, 176 | reason why ~these are not granted to all holy men is lest 130 2, 185 | the obedient man is sooner granted than ten thousand ~prayers 131 2, 186 | both common and ~special. Granted even that the religious 132 3, 2 | Secondly, because if it is granted ~that person adds to hypostasis 133 3, 2 | merits of a good life it was granted Him to become the Son of 134 3, 3 | nature. For, this being granted, there would either be ~ 135 3, 4 | that the Son assumed a man, granted (as it must be, in fact) 136 3, 5 | have a true body. Therefore granted, as ~already proved (Q[4], 137 3, 10 | of the Divine Essence is granted to all the ~blessed by a 138 3, 16 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Granted the reality of both natures, 139 3, 16 | Christ" or "Lord." Hence they granted that Christ ~was born of 140 3, 16 | making. And in this sense, ~granted that the Person or hypostasis 141 3, 16 | Therefore it must not be granted that "Christ is a creature."~ 142 3, 16 | Man." Hence this is to ~be granted rather than denied: "Christ 143 3, 16 | to be ~denied rather than granted, for instance were one to 144 3, 16 | therefore, although it is not granted that "this man is a creature," 145 3, 16 | a creature," yet ~it is granted that "Christ as Man is a 146 3, 16 | to be denied rather than granted: "Christ as Man is God."~ 147 3, 19 | is by grace that it is ~granted to man to be incorporated 148 3, 21 | request of one who prays ~granted, when his will is fulfilled. 149 3, 23 | because, to wit, just as it is granted to any man without ~meriting 150 3, 27 | be observed that it was granted, by way of privilege, ~to 151 3, 27 | Now it seems to have been ~granted to some, to be sanctified 152 3, 27 | original sin. Therefore it was granted to her ~to be sanctified 153 3, 27 | of the soul's powers was granted to her, that the lower ~ 154 3, 27 | sign of this is that it was granted ~to the Blessed Virgin thence-forward 155 3, 27 | were thus sanctified it was granted ~thenceforward not to sin 156 3, 39 | Divine wisdom, it has been granted to some, contrary to the ~ 157 3, 49 | that something further be granted to him as the reward of 158 3, 52 | Christ went into hell, and granted this favor to them who were ~ 159 3, 55 | iii): "The ~permission was granted by Christ," namely, that 160 3, 75 | subject, are not to be ~granted in this conversion. And 161 3, 75 | the same reason it ~is not granted that "bread will be the 162 3, 75 | Christ," just as it is not granted in creation that ~"non-being 163 3, 75 | the day." And so it is not granted that the latter becomes ~ 164 3, 75 | And therefore it is not ~granted that bread can be the body 165 3, 77 | individuals some things are granted by special privilege which 166 3, 84 | there ~of God's forgiveness granted to the penitent. Therefore 167 3, 84 | that remission of sins is granted through the keys of the 168 Suppl, 4 | forgiveness which has been granted, ~it seems that one ought 169 Suppl, 8 | taken away from ~him was granted for his own benefit. Now 170 Suppl, 8 | of jurisdiction is not ~granted a man for his own benefit, 171 Suppl, 8 | hindered by ~a privilege granted to another to hear confessions.~ 172 Suppl, 8 | Church recognizes absolution granted by any priest ~at the hour 173 Suppl, 10| virtue of the ~absolution granted remits guilt, even as Baptism 174 Suppl, 10| forgiveness of sins would also be granted to him, if his previous 175 Suppl, 11| this permission ~cannot be granted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[11] A[ 176 Suppl, 18| directly, and this is to be granted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 177 Suppl, 19| binding and loosing, "is granted to priests alone."~Aquin.: 178 Suppl, 24| Therefore it cannot ~be granted to a man against his will.~ 179 Suppl, 25| an indulgence should be granted for temporal assistance?~ 180 Suppl, 25| opposed to the privilege granted to Peter, to whom it was 181 Suppl, 25| Wherefore whatever remission is granted in the court of ~the Church 182 Suppl, 25| The remission which is granted by means of indulgences 183 Suppl, 25| which the indulgence is granted, it follows that indulgences 184 Suppl, 25| punishment due for his sins is granted if he contribute ~towards 185 Suppl, 25| sometimes an indulgence is granted, so that for visiting ~a 186 Suppl, 25| at times, indulgences are granted far in excess of ~the requirements 187 Suppl, 25| for example, when the Pope granted to anyone ~who visited a 188 Suppl, 25| years, which ~indulgence was granted by Blessed Gregory for the 189 Suppl, 25| which the ~indulgence is granted, and according to which 190 Suppl, 25| grants the indulgence, is ~granted to those who visit a church. 191 Suppl, 25| amount of the ~remission granted by the indulgence is not 192 Suppl, 25| which the indulgence was granted. We cannot, then, estimate 193 Suppl, 25| decision. The remission granted through indulgences is ~ 194 Suppl, 25| 3: When an indulgence is granted in a general way to anyone ~ 195 Suppl, 25| because sometimes it is granted for a ~fixed time; thus 196 Suppl, 25| an indulgence ought to be granted for temporal help?~Aquin.: 197 Suppl, 25| indulgence ought not to be granted for ~temporal help. Because 198 Suppl, 25| indulgences do not appear to be granted for spiritual assistance. ~ 199 Suppl, 25| therefore ought they to be granted for temporal help.~Aquin.: 200 Suppl, 25| an indulgence must not be granted for the sake of temporal ~ 201 Suppl, 25| can be, and sometimes are, granted even for ~purely spiritual 202 Suppl, 25| matters. Thus Pope Innocent IV granted an indulgence of ~ten days 203 Suppl, 25| sometimes the same indulgence is granted to those who preach a crusade 204 Suppl, 26| 4) Whether they can be granted by one who is in mortal 205 Suppl, 26| remission of punishment is granted by ~indulgences than by 206 Suppl, 26| Whether indulgences can be granted by one who is in mortal 207 Suppl, 26| that indulgences cannot be granted by one who is in ~mortal 208 Suppl, 26| contrary, Indulgences are granted in virtue of the power ~ 209 Suppl, 26| equally valid, whether they be granted by one who is in mortal 210 Suppl, 27| an indulgence can ever be granted to one who does not fulfill 211 Suppl, 27| indulgence can sometimes be granted to one ~who does not fulfill 212 Suppl, 27| for which an indulgence is granted, ~and which is the cause 213 Suppl, 27| Hence, ~as an indulgence is granted on the condition that a 214 Suppl, 27| participate in an indulgence granted by ~himself.~Aquin.: SMT 215 Suppl, 27| of those things which are granted to ~others by the authority 216 Suppl, 39| of prophet was sometimes ~granted to women, as may be gathered 217 Suppl, 40| mention is made of some power ~granted, but not in the conferring 218 Suppl, 41| himself of an indulgence granted him, ~avails himself of 219 Suppl, 47| be free. But if this be granted there ~would be an end of 220 Suppl, 49| apparently, because marriage was granted to human weakness ~for the 221 Suppl, 55| dispensation is ~more easily granted in the more remote degrees 222 Suppl, 62| when the divorce has been granted justly.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 223 Suppl, 62| since the divorce has been granted in favor of the ~husband, 224 Suppl, 64| prudence may be taken for granted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 225 Suppl, 65| dispensation having been granted to all. Since then in the 226 Suppl, 65| ought not to ~have been granted with a view to this multiplication.~ 227 Suppl, 65| in this matter ~could be granted by God alone through an 228 Suppl, 65| is the dispensation ~thus granted a contradiction to the principles 229 Suppl, 66| Whether a dispensation can be granted to a bigamous person?~Aquin.: 230 Suppl, 66| dispensation should be ~more easily granted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[66] A[ 231 Suppl, 66| unlawful for a bigamist to be granted a ~dispensation. For it 232 Suppl, 66| a dispensation cannot be granted in this matter.~Aquin.: 233 Suppl, 66| Therefore he cannot be ~granted a dispensation in this.~ 234 Suppl, 66| the contrary, Pope Lucius granted a dispensation to the bishop 235 Suppl, 67| dispensations, however, are not granted to all generally, but to ~ 236 Suppl, 67| said (Mt. 19:8) that Moses granted the ~Jews the bill of divorce 237 Suppl, 67| since ~both permissions were granted in order to avoid some form 238 Suppl, 67| themselves of ~the permission granted to them.~Aquin.: SMT XP 239 Suppl, 70| Therefore though it be granted that the soul suffer from 240 Suppl, 71| 10) Whether indulgences granted by the Church profit them?~( 241 Suppl, 71| unless this relief be ~granted from above to some of the 242 Suppl, 71| seem that the indulgences granted by the Church profit ~even 243 Suppl, 71| indulgences are chiefly granted. Therefore, seemingly, indulgences 244 Suppl, 71| which the indulgence is granted, for instance one who visits 245 Suppl, 71| for which ~indulgences are granted, indulgences cannot avail 246 Suppl, 71| however, the indulgence be granted in this form: ~"Whosoever 247 Suppl, 71| that by God's mercy this is granted to others for whom those ~ 248 Suppl, 72| forth for us are always granted?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 249 Suppl, 72| Thirdly, because it is granted to some saints to exercise 250 Suppl, 72| to God for us are always ~granted?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 251 Suppl, 72| God ~for us are not always granted. For if they were always 252 Suppl, 72| For if they were always granted, the ~saints would be heard 253 Suppl, 72| and that his prayer was granted is clear from what follows ( 254 Suppl, 72| their prayers are always granted, since they will only ~what 255 Suppl, 72| from seed. Wherefore even granted a passive ~potentiality 256 Suppl, 74| resurrection: and if it has been granted to others ~that their resurrection 257 Suppl, 75| prayer cannot be void and not granted: "If you ask the Father 258 Suppl, 75| redemption, because it was granted to them that they ~should 259 Suppl, 78| wisdom which is ~taken for granted on account of its being 260 Suppl, 80| qu. 1). Secondly, because granted that it ~entered into the 261 Suppl, 80| sensible body. ~Consequently, granted that the subtlety of a glorified 262 Suppl, 80| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Granted that by a miracle two bodies 263 Suppl, 81| through a plenum, because ~granted that it moves in time through 264 Suppl, 81| medium together. Hence ~granted that the medium be taken 265 Suppl, 86| not unfitting that it be granted to the poor ~as an accidental 266 Suppl, 87| to the righteous is ~not granted to the unrighteous. Now 267 Suppl, 88| And it is simply to be granted that ~as long as the earth 268 Suppl, 88| incapable of receiving. Hence, ~granted even that dumb animals merited 269 Suppl, 89| quiddity. ~Secondly, because granted that it be of the same nature, 270 Suppl, 95| Further, that which is granted as a great favor to the 271 Suppl, 95| saints in ~this life is never granted to the damned. Now it was 272 Suppl, 95| to the damned. Now it was granted as a great ~favor to Paul 273 Appen1, 1| inordinate, which is not to be ~granted. Therefore they will feel 274 Appen1, 2| is at present taken for granted, for we ~shall treat of 275 Appen1, 2| them to ~grace. Moreover, granted that the aforesaid defect


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