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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 14 | moved at all; thus He cannot return to His own ~essence. Therefore 2 1, 14 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Return to its own essence means 3 1, 22 | them; otherwise they would return to nothing, if they were 4 1, 38 | with the intention of a return - and it thus contains the 5 1, 41 | conceptions of the mind, ~a return is made to those first principles 6 1, 46 | separated from their bodies return again thither after a course 7 1, 48 | from evil there can be a return to good. Therefore ~evil 8 1, 48 | morality, ~there may be a return to good, but not from any 9 1, 48 | from ~blindness there is no return to sight, although blindness 10 1, 64 | evil as not to be able ~to return to what is good.~Aquin.: 11 1, 64 | the ~demons can likewise return from their state of malice 12 1, 74 | day is completed by the return of the sun to the ~point 13 1, 75 | whatever is out of nothing can return to nothingness; ~because 14 1, 75 | concluded: ~"(Before) the dust return into its earth from whence 15 1, 75 | it was; and the ~spirit return to God Who gave it." Again 16 1, 38 | with the intention of a return - and it thus contains the 17 1, 41 | conceptions of the mind, ~a return is made to those first principles 18 1, 47 | separated from their bodies return again thither after a course 19 1, 49 | from evil there can be a return to good. Therefore ~evil 20 1, 49 | morality, ~there may be a return to good, but not from any 21 1, 49 | from ~blindness there is no return to sight, although blindness 22 1, 65 | evil as not to be able ~to return to what is good.~Aquin.: 23 1, 65 | the ~demons can likewise return from their state of malice 24 1, 73 | day is completed by the return of the sun to the ~point 25 1, 74 | whatever is out of nothing can return to nothingness; ~because 26 1, 74 | concluded: ~"(Before) the dust return into its earth from whence 27 1, 74 | it was; and the ~spirit return to God Who gave it." Again 28 1, 88 | the soul would at once return to its own ~nature, and 29 1, 99 | such ~that they could not return to righteousness, which 30 1, 102 | created from nothing, would return to ~nothingness were it 31 1, 113 | that the body of a dead man return to life. ~And if at times 32 1, 113 | does nevertheless sometimes return to the ~assault, is apparent 33 1, 113 | from Mt. 12:44: "I will return into my house from ~whence 34 2, 28 | love: inasmuch as friends return love ~for love, and both 35 2, 42 | course of things, there is no return from death to life. And 36 2, 65 | love, a certain ~mutual return of love, together with mutual 37 2, 86 | law, man does not at once return to the state in which he 38 2, 86 | draw nigh to him and to return by a contrary ~movement.~ 39 2, 87 | justice, to which he cannot return except he pay some sort 40 2, 100 | is due to the master in ~return for the benefits which his 41 2, 100 | man should do one thing in return for ~another, unless he 42 2, 102 | feelings, for the raven did not return when once it had been let 43 2, 105 | all that ~is sold shall return to the vendor (Lev. 25:28). 44 2, 105 | if the creditors do not return the pledges: hence ~it is 45 2, 105 | certain lapse of ~time should return to their former owner, so 46 2, 105 | removed, by prescribing the return of those ~possessions after 47 2, 105 | became lawful for him to ~return home, because when the whole 48 2, 109 | restored by himself, and return from the state of sin to 49 2, 109 | every natural thing can return by itself to the act ~befitting 50 2, 109 | that man by himself can return ~from sin to the state of 51 2, 109 | justified, i.e. he cannot return from a state of sin to a 52 2, 113 | OBJ 2: A man ought not to return to those things that are 53 2, 114 | we cannot make sufficient return to God, since yet more is 54 2, 114 | something given anyone in return for work or toil, as a price 55 2, 114 | act of justice to make a return ~for work or toil. Now justice 56 2, 10 | 19, "The woman who at the return of the ~month," etc. says: " 57 2, 11 | should receive those who return from heresy?~Aquin.: SMT 58 2, 11 | cases to receive those ~who return from heresy. For it is written ( 59 2, 11 | many lovers; nevertheless return ~to Me saith the Lord." 60 2, 11 | point of view, heretics who return after falling ~no matter 61 2, 11 | always ~received on their return, in order to save their 62 2, 11 | admits to Penance those who return ~from heresy for the first 63 2, 11 | faith, wherefore when they return ~again, they are admitted 64 2, 11 | God's tribunal, those who return are always received, ~because 65 2, 11 | hearts, and knows those who return in ~sincerity. But the Church 66 2, 11 | are not sincere in ~their return; hence she does not debar 67 2, 13 | like manner, a man can ~return from any sin to the state 68 2, 17 | believeth not that he may return from ~darkness to light." 69 2, 22 | is no friendship without return of love (Ethic. ~viii, 2). 70 2, 24 | since such things cannot return love for love, which is 71 2, 24 | are capable of loving in return. But our body cannot love 72 2, 25 | to love, but declines ~to return love already given." Now 73 2, 26 | seek not to be loved in return, if they happen not ~to 74 2, 29 | that they may invite us ~in return, since that would be an 75 2, 30 | it, ~and yet he may not return it to the person from whom 76 2, 30 | receive an eternal ~reward in return, according to Mt. 6:18: " 77 2, 37 | baptized again, so those who return after ~being ordained, are 78 2, 37 | acknowledged, when ~they return to the unity of the Church, 79 2, 55 | cannot offer ~God an equal return, it follows that we cannot 80 2, 55 | receive equal value ~in return, and this is called "natural 81 2, 55 | common weal demands the return of his ~weapons.~Aquin.: 82 2, 60 | restitution denotes the return of the thing unjustly taken; 83 2, 60 | for ~instance, one were to return a madman his sword. Therefore 84 2, 62 | amends by repenting, they may return to their ~former state, 85 2, 71 | Instead ~of making me a return of love they detracted me," 86 2, 75 | lawful to give a thing in return for more than its worth.~ 87 2, 76 | double payment, viz. one, the return of the thing in ~equal measure, 88 2, 76 | accept repayment by loan in return for a loan granted. ~Aquin.: 89 2, 76 | or express ~agreement, in return for lending money or anything 90 2, 76 | OBJ 3: If a man were, in return for money lent, as though 91 2, 76 | the obligation to lend in return at some future ~time is 92 2, 76 | Reply OBJ 6: If a man in return for money lent to him pledges 93 2, 78 | to one's parents an equal return of what one owes to ~them, 94 2, 82 | we ~signify our desire to return to Paradise. Thirdly, on 95 2, 84 | offer something to God in return, according to 1 Paral 29: 96 2, 86 | and shall meet me when I return in peace . . . ~the same 97 2, 94 | putting on your shoes; to return home ~if you trip when going 98 2, 98 | by ~seeking any kind of return whatever." Now all these 99 2, 98 | lawful to charge ~a price or return for them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 100 2, 98 | to receive anything ~in return, either for teaching, or 101 2, 98 | grant spiritual things in return for an ~equivalent of service, 102 2, 98 | grant spiritual things in ~return for an equivalent of service, 103 2, 98 | since nothing is received in return, wherefore it does ~not 104 2, 98 | acquiring spiritual things in return for a ~remuneration. Now 105 2, 98 | acquires spiritual things in ~return for a remuneration cannot 106 2, 98 | monastery without hope of return, and do perpetual ~penance 107 2, 104 | honor which we pay to God in return belongs to ~the virtue of 108 2, 104 | to his state, that he may return to virtue if ~possible. 109 2, 104 | by being gracious to them return," and this ~is done by repaying 110 2, 104 | bestow something gratis in return. Now he does not seem to ~ 111 2, 104 | nothing gratis, but only to return what he has received. ~Therefore 112 2, 105 | 106], A[6]), inclines to return ~something more. Wherefore 113 2, 105 | degree of ingratitude to return evil for good, to the second 114 2, 105 | it or to pay something in return, and this is not always 115 2, 105 | a ~man to make a liberal return, which, however, he is not 116 2, 109 | we have worshipped, will return to you." Now to pretend 117 2, 109 | not": for he intended to return alone ~after sacrificing 118 2, 118 | a man were to ~seek the return of his deposit in order 119 2, 160 | is the last in those who return to God, and ~the first in 120 2, 162 | the way lest man should return thither, to wit the cherubim, 121 2, 162 | unable, of ~himself, to return to that state of original 122 2, 162 | and into dust thou shalt return." To this also pertains 123 2, 180 | generation; whereas the return from the ~contemplative 124 2, 183 | just as it is unlawful to return to the world ~from the religious 125 2, 183 | downwards, it cannot ~naturally return upwards from below. But 126 2, 183 | religious life, and may return to his ~bishopric should 127 2, 184 | though they purposed to return, but as following Him ~at 128 2, 184 | wicked, that no man should return from his evil doings."~Aquin.: 129 2, 185 | receive a livelihood in return. They are to be ~commended 130 2, 186 | rules of the Church, to ~return to worldly soldiering after 131 2, 186 | were not to demand the return of that which belongs to 132 2, 187 | own house, and to make a return of duty to her ~parents." 133 3, 1 | let us hasten to love in return." Fourthly, with regard 134 3, 1 | Divine nature, refuse to return by ~evil deeds to your former 135 3, 12 | by angels, and again His return to ~Judaea from Egypt."~ 136 3, 36 | expected to, were ashamed to ~return to him": as Augustine says ( 137 3, 40 | stricter form of ~life and to return to an easier life: for one 138 3, 40 | strict ~life, He should return to the common manner of 139 3, 44 | falling into sin we strive to ~return to God, we experience further 140 3, 44 | saw it," i.e. the moon, "return ~supernaturally into opposition 141 3, 44 | withdraw from the sun and return to its proper place according 142 3, 44 | consequently it had to return eastwards towards the sun, ~ 143 3, 44 | being removed, health may ~return." Wherefore, also (Jn. 4: 144 3, 46 | thereby stirred to love Him in return, and herein lies the perfection 145 3, 49 | he is dead, then shall he return home." [*The ~Septuagint 146 3, 51 | s sin, so also ~does he return to dust, since it was said 147 3, 51 | and into dust thou shalt return" (Gn. 3:19). But ~Christ 148 3, 51 | body ought to be made to return to dust, so as to free us 149 3, 51 | Consequently, He sought likewise to return to dust so as to give to 150 3, 51 | was He prone ~to die or to return to dust. Yet of His own 151 3, 52 | 10:21): "Before I go, and return no more, to a land that 152 3, 55 | Christ on rising did not return to the familiar manner of 153 3, 63 | besought and received mercy, return to the fight; is that ~character 154 3, 63 | for when they repent and return to the ~fold they do not 155 3, 66 | flesh . . . . As there is no return to the ~womb, so neither 156 3, 66 | since when they repent and ~return they are not baptized anew."~ 157 3, 71 | bars ~the way against the return of him who was cast out. 158 3, 77 | the bread and wine cannot return, except the body and blood ~ 159 3, 77 | into fire, the air cannot ~return without the fire being again 160 3, 77 | be annihilated, it cannot return again, ~because what lapses 161 3, 77 | lapses into nothing does not return numerically the same. ~Unless 162 3, 77 | the bread and wine cannot return while the sacramental ~species 163 3, 77 | imply either creation or return of ~matter, it seems better 164 3, 80 | the camp; and he shall not return before he be washed with ~ 165 3, 82 | Parmen. ii), that when ~they return to the unity of the Church, 166 3, 82 | restored to them when they return repentant; and therefore 167 3, 83 | with you": and, "Let us return ~thanks." But it is out 168 3, 84 | sin, because man, on his return to God, needs Penance first. 169 3, 85 | many lovers; nevertheless return to Me, saith the Lord."~ 170 3, 86 | sins; (3) as ~regards the return of sins which have been 171 3, 88 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE RETURN OF SINS WHICH HAVE BEEN 172 3, 88 | We must now consider the return of sins which have been 173 3, 88 | been taken away by Penance return simply ~through a subsequent 174 3, 88 | regards certain sins they return, in a ~way, on account of 175 3, 88 | on account of which sins return, is a ~special sin?~Aquin.: 176 3, 88 | Whether sins once forgiven return through a subsequent sin?~ 177 3, 88 | that sins once forgiven return through a subsequent ~sin. 178 3, 88 | which have been forgiven return, ~when fraternal charity 179 3, 88 | taken away through Penance, return through each subsequent 180 3, 88 | Further, on Lk. 11:24, "I will return into my house, whence I ~ 181 3, 88 | him. Therefore his ~sins return.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] A[ 182 3, 88 | and so, seemingly, they return.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] A[ 183 3, 88 | been taken away do ~not return through a subsequent sin, 184 3, 88 | mortal sin does not cause the return of mortal ~sins previously 185 3, 88 | mortal sin ~[causes the return of that which was comprised 186 3, 88 | sins ~previously pardoned, return through a subsequent mortal 187 3, 88 | have maintained that they return simply even in this ~way. 188 3, 88 | punishment incurred thereby, to return, as caused by those acts. ~ 189 3, 88 | This means that those sins return, not simply, but in a restricted ~ 190 3, 88 | Augustine seems to refer to the return of ~sins as to the debt 191 3, 88 | enslaves man, not by the return of his former debt of punishment, 192 3, 88 | that have been forgiven, return through ingratitude which 193 3, 88 | would seem that sins do not return through ingratitude, which ~ 194 3, 88 | already pardoned do ~not return through ingratitude as manifested 195 3, 88 | debita]." Therefore they too return through ~ingratitude; and, 196 3, 88 | seemingly, sins already pardoned return ~through venial sins, and 197 3, 88 | is a special cause of the return ~of sins already forgiven: 198 3, 88 | through Penance are ~said to return, in so far as their debt 199 3, 88 | sins previously pardoned return, on account of ~the ingratitude. 200 3, 88 | a special ~cause of the return of sins previously forgiven.~ 201 3, 88 | venial sins and original sin return in the way ~explained above, 202 3, 88 | venial sins ~nowise cause the return of sins already forgiven.~ 203 3, 88 | by previous sins does not return ~on account of a subsequent 204 3, 88 | He whose forgiven sins return to him on account of ~subsequent 205 3, 88 | subsequent sin causes the return of ~previous sins, is a 206 3, 88 | subsequent sin ~causes the return of sins previously forgiven, 207 3, 88 | special effect, viz. the return, after a fashion, of ~sins 208 3, 89 | is a ~difficult thing to return to their former degree." 209 3, 89 | proper penance, let them return to their duties, yet so 210 3, 89 | proper satisfaction, he may return to his honorable position": 211 3, 89 | to become a cleric, or to return to his clerical duties, 212 3, 89 | remitted by Penance do not return, as stated above (Q[88], 213 Suppl, 16| more therefore can they return to that which is in accord 214 Suppl, 19| be reordained when they return to the Church. ~Therefore, 215 Suppl, 21| his weakness, and humbly return to God ~Whom he had abandoned 216 Suppl, 21| learn to know himself and return to God.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 217 Suppl, 24| his daughter; (4) if he return blow for blow at ~once; ( 218 Suppl, 35| certain Orders can lawfully return to the laity. Therefore 219 Suppl, 35| For all that a man may return to the laity, the character ~ 220 Suppl, 35| from the fact that if he return to ~the clerical state, 221 Suppl, 39| freedom, else he would have to return to the bondage of his master, ~ 222 Suppl, 45| excommunication rather than ~return to his first wife; or else 223 Suppl, 46| present tense, he is ~bound to return to the first; and this would 224 Suppl, 47| kind of union requires a return of love.~Aquin.: SMT XP 225 Suppl, 51| took in error. Nor can she return to his ~brother, especially 226 Suppl, 51| either leave the second or return to ~the first; and ignorance 227 Suppl, 61| profession ~the husband can return to the world. If then the 228 Suppl, 61| accounted void. Therefore if he return to his wife after making 229 Suppl, 62| fornication. For we must not return evil for evil. But the ~ 230 Suppl, 62| adulterous wife is bound to return to her husband if her husband 231 Suppl, 62| or of asking his wife to return to him. Hence his wife is 232 Suppl, 62| to ~pay the debt, and to return to him, if he ask her, unless 233 Suppl, 66| Church, he be compelled to return to his first wife ~and carnally 234 Suppl, 67| punishment that she should not return to her former husband. Since, ~ 235 Suppl, 72| through ~them. And since our return to God should correspond 236 Suppl, 72| neither will there be any return ~from bodily death to bodily 237 Suppl, 72| contrary, There is no natural return from privation to habit. 238 Suppl, 74| maintained that human souls will return to mortal bodies such as 239 Suppl, 74| stated that the soul would return to ~the same body at the 240 Suppl, 74| great year, or that it would return to ~another body; thus Pythagoras 241 Suppl, 74| altogether completed by ~their return to the same point. Wherefore 242 Suppl, 75| necessity of ~death, it cannot return to immortality save by means 243 Suppl, 75| and into dust thou shalt return']."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[78] 244 Suppl, 75| man, will in ~an instant return to that soul which erstwhile 245 Suppl, 76| that the same ashes should return to the ~same parts in which 246 Suppl, 76| of a mixed body does not return in identity.~Aquin.: SMT 247 Suppl, 76| centuries began to wish to return to the body; ~and thus it 248 Suppl, 76| resurrection unless the soul return to the ~same body, since 249 Suppl, 76| identical man that died ~return to life, he would not be 250 Suppl, 76| generation ~and corruption return by generation to specific 251 Suppl, 76| for the self-same man to return on account of an interruption ~ 252 Suppl, 76| Consequently it does not return ~identically the same, nor 253 Suppl, 76| needs, by the resurrection, ~return to the same parts of the 254 Suppl, 76| ashes of the human body to ~return, by the resurrection, to 255 Suppl, 76| same parts of the body to return to the same limbs, in ~which 256 Suppl, 76| identity. But ~if the ashes return not to the same parts, each 257 Suppl, 76| resurrection each part must needs return to its former state that 258 Suppl, 76| one part of matter will return to another part of the same ~ 259 Suppl, 76| if the matter of one part return to another part, this is ~ 260 Suppl, 88| things which were before return the same in ~species but 261 Suppl, 88| years it would take them to return to a like ~position: whereas 262 Suppl, 92| given, but is awarded in return for merits. Therefore beatitude 263 Suppl, 92| their lord, when he shall return from the wedding," says: ~" 264 Suppl, 94| who maintained that souls return to the ~stars that are their


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