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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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disciples

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1 1, 20 | distinguished ~from the other disciples, not that He loved him only, 2 1, 51 | Resurrection ate with His disciples in proof of having resumed 3 1, 52 | Resurrection ate with His disciples in proof of having resumed 4 1, 106 | speaker himself; as when the disciples ask ~instruction from the 5 2, 52 | increases: wherefore the ~disciples said to our Lord (Lk. 17: 6 2, 68 | Holy Ghost said to His ~disciples (Jn. 14:17): "He shall abide 7 2, 69 | beatitudes delivered to the disciples on the mountain, and ~so 8 2, 98 | yoke on the necks of the disciples, which ~neither our fathers 9 2, 101 | yoke upon the necks of the disciples, which ~neither our fathers 10 2, 106 | Jn. 16:13) promised His disciples the ~knowledge of all truth 11 2, 107 | of urgency He excused His disciples ~for gathering the ears 12 2, 108 | apostles and seventy-two ~disciples, Penance, and indissoluble 13 2, 108 | Christ's Passion. ~For the disciples, being yet as little children 14 2, 108 | His Passion, as though the disciples had by their means ~become 15 2, 112 | and slaughter against the disciples of the Lord" (Act ~9:1). 16 2, 1 | Our Lord's ~promise to His disciples (Jn. 16:13): "When He, the 17 2, 2 | but because he wished his ~disciples to be satisfied on that 18 2, 2 | answer so as to instruct the disciples, by pointing to the ~signs 19 2, 3 | Mt. 15:12) that when the disciples had said ~to Our Lord that " 20 2, 8 | opened the scriptures to His ~disciples, that they might understand 21 2, 10 | with idolaters or their disciples, nor have any ~dealings 22 2, 12 | Jn. 6:67): "Many of his disciples went ~back," i.e. apostatized, 23 2, 27 | contrary, Our Lord said to His disciples (Jn. 15:11): "That My ~joy 24 2, 36 | also a strife amongst" the ~disciples of Jesus, "which of them 25 2, 36 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The disciples of Christ contended together, 26 2, 51 | quoted, He encourages His disciples, so that when they had no 27 2, 70 | that our Lord called the disciples "foolish," and the ~Apostle 28 2, 81 | 6 and Lk. 11) taught His disciples to ask ~definitely for those 29 2, 93 | but by the choice of the disciples." It is different with ~ 30 2, 94 | Moreover, ~our Lord said to His disciples (Lk. 21:15): "I will give 31 2, 120 | Lord (Mt. 12:3) excused His disciples for plucking the ~ears of 32 2, 145 | Matth.), who says that "the ~disciples, who are called children 33 2, 145 | that before choosing His disciples our Lord ~"went out into 34 2, 166 | playing together with his disciples, he is ~said to have told 35 2, 172 | prophecy was in ~Christ's disciples in a much more excellent 36 2, 174 | Now God could make His disciples to be understood by all, 37 2, 174 | would ~seem that Christ's disciples did not receive the grace 38 2, 174 | Ghost appeared over the ~disciples under the form of fiery 39 2, 174 | answer that, Christ's first disciples were chosen by Him in order 40 2, 182 | bishops, so the seventy-two disciples were made ~priests of the 41 2, 183 | Hence our Lord reproved ~His disciples for seeking precedence, 42 2, 183 | laid these commands on His ~disciples in reference to the mission 43 2, 184 | as to attain that end as disciples under a master. Hence ~religious 44 2, 184 | And though some ~of His disciples went back, yet when our 45 2, 186 | Hence our Lord ~said to His disciples (Jn. 15:19): "I have chosen 46 2, 186 | He sent the seventy-two ~disciples, as stated in Luke 10. Moreover, 47 2, 186 | bishops, the seventy-two disciples by the lesser priests," 48 2, 186 | Reply OBJ 5: The seventy-two disciples are represented not only 49 2, 186 | appointed the ~seventy-two disciples to certain fixed parishes, 50 2, 186 | failing ~to be the humble disciples of truth become the masters 51 2, 186 | solicitude was forbidden His disciples by our Lord (Mt. 6:34) saying: " 52 2, 186 | named ~Isaac, that "when his disciples humbly signified that he 53 2, 186 | religious perfection to His ~disciples, said (Mt. 10:9,10): "Do 54 2, 186 | because among those poor His disciples held a ~foremost place, 55 2, 186 | stated (Jn. 4:8) that "His disciples were gone ~into the city 56 2, 186 | and (Jn. 13:29) that the disciples "thought, ~because Judas 57 2, 186 | after the resurrection, the disciples ~from whom all religious 58 2, 187 | vii in Matth.) that "the disciples of Jesus before they have 59 2, 187 | but our Lord urges His disciples ~to stoop to the service 60 3, 5 | Lk. 24:37,39), when the ~disciples, "troubled and frighted, 61 3, 7 | thou dost do quickly," the ~disciples understood our Lord to have 62 3, 13 | having called His twelve ~disciples together, He gave them power 63 3, 15 | others, as the sin of His ~disciples, or of the Jews that killed 64 3, 27 | that ~Christ alone, and His disciples who were the bearers of 65 3, 28 | Resurrection where the ~disciples were gathered, the doors 66 3, 35 | master who ~teaches many disciples the same doctrine, and of 67 3, 35 | the master ~of different disciples, or of the same disciples 68 3, 35 | disciples, or of the same disciples in regard to diverse ~doctrines. 69 3, 36 | Resurrection, He ~said to His disciples (Mt. 28:19): "Going . . . 70 3, 36 | Mt. 10:5) commanded His ~disciples, "Go ye not into the way 71 3, 38 | he would have given His ~disciples a motive for yet greater 72 3, 38 | since ~some of them were his disciples, as is clear from Jn. 1: 73 3, 38 | did not baptize, but His ~disciples." Therefore it seems that 74 3, 38 | Paul . . . found ~certain disciples; and he said to them: Have 75 3, 38 | we deem that ~Christ's disciples were baptized either with 76 3, 39 | by fire, coming upon the disciples when they were met ~together . . . 77 3, 40 | down ~with Jesus and His disciples." On which Jerome comments 78 3, 40 | that our Lord said to His disciples: "Come apart into ~a desert 79 3, 40 | both in Himself ~and in His disciples.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 80 3, 40 | 14, the Pharisees and the disciples of John fasted, but not 81 3, 40 | John fasted, but not the ~disciples of Christ. On which Bede 82 3, 40 | on Mt. 10:9, that if the disciples had ~been possessed of wealth, " 83 3, 40 | Christ, by excusing His ~disciples, consented to their breaking 84 3, 40 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The disciples also, when, being hungry, 85 3, 42 | Passion that He said to His disciples (Mt. 28:19): "Going, ~teach 86 3, 42 | the ~Gentiles through His disciples, whom He sent to preach 87 3, 42 | on the ~teaching of His disciples such a power that they converted 88 3, 42 | 15:12,14) that when ~the disciples of our Lord said: "Dost 89 3, 42 | taught many things to His disciples apart: as ~is seen clearly 90 3, 42 | the whole crowd or to His disciples gathered together. ~Hence 91 3, 42 | of these parables to His ~disciples, so that they might hand 92 3, 42 | multitudes, nor, indeed, to His disciples, ~to whom He said (Jn. 16: 93 3, 42 | which He revealed to His disciples.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 94 3, 42 | wisdom. These say that the ~disciples made out the Master to be 95 3, 42 | manner: Himself ~teaching His disciples immediately, and they subsequently 96 3, 42 | the mortal flesh with His disciples, Paul was no disciple of 97 3, 42 | is the head of ~all His disciples who are members of His body. 98 3, 43 | Christ began to gather His disciples after His baptism ~and temptation, 99 3, 43 | 18 and Jn. 1:35. But the disciples ~gathered around Him, principally 100 3, 43 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The disciples were to be commended precisely 101 3, 43 | then, especially when the ~disciples were already gathered around 102 3, 43 | Hence it is added: 'And His disciples ~believed in Him,'" not 103 3, 43 | perfection." Or they are called "disciples" because "they were to be ~ 104 3, 43 | because "they were to be ~disciples later on," as Augustine 105 3, 43 | believed): but when the disciples preached the Gospel, not 106 3, 43 | spake by the mouth of His disciples . . . Behold, He did ~greater 107 3, 44 | the simple minds of His disciples: hence He said to ~them ( 108 3, 45 | presence of three of His disciples.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 109 3, 45 | foretelling His Passion to His disciples, ~had exhorted them to follow 110 3, 45 | that He should show His disciples the glory of His clarity ( 111 3, 45 | which Christ showed to His ~disciples was not the clarity of glory.~ 112 3, 45 | which "overshaded" the ~disciples. Therefore it seems that 113 3, 45 | bright cloud overshaded" the disciples.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 114 3, 45 | James, and John, but all His disciples, to be ~witnesses of His 115 3, 45 | Christ manifested to His disciples ~the glory of His body, 116 3, 45 | strengthen the hearts of His disciples with a view to this," He ~ 117 3, 45 | was that "He wished His disciples to imitate the ~meekness 118 3, 45 | bear them now." But the disciples could not bear the Father' 119 3, 45 | written (Mt. 17:6) that "the disciples hearing, fell ~upon their 120 3, 45 | It was fitting that the disciples should be afraid and fall ~ 121 3, 46 | celebrating the Pasch ~with His disciples, according to Mark's account ( 122 3, 46 | washed ~"the feet of the disciples."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 123 3, 46 | first ~day of the Azymes the disciples came to Jesus, saying: Where 124 3, 46 | ate the Pasch with His ~disciples on the proper day - that 125 3, 46 | sacrificed, ~delivering to the disciples to be celebrated, the mysteries 126 3, 54 | since He entered among the ~disciples "the doors being shut," 127 3, 54 | out of the ~sight" of the disciples as they gazed upon Him, 128 3, 54 | body appeared before the disciples "in another shape," as is 129 3, 54 | Christ appeared to ~His disciples "they being troubled and 130 3, 54 | say, entered in among the disciples ~while the doors were shut, 131 3, 54 | one, entered in ~among the disciples while the doors were shut. 132 3, 54 | vanished from the eyes of the ~disciples, not as though He were corrupted 133 3, 54 | He did not come to those disciples in glorified ~appearance; 134 3, 54 | He ate and drank with His disciples, as we read ~in the closing 135 3, 54 | s ~body appeared to the disciples after the Resurrection.~ 136 3, 54 | partook of meat ~with the disciples, not from need of food, 137 3, 54 | 39) while addressing His ~disciples after the Resurrection: " 138 3, 54 | after the hearts of the disciples who handled Him were ~confirmed, 139 3, 54 | it seems that when ~the disciples were assured of the Resurrection, 140 3, 54 | confirm the ~hearts of the disciples as to "the faith in His 141 3, 54 | confirm the faith of His disciples, but for other ~reasons 142 3, 55 | ought to have lived with the disciples after the ~Resurrection?~( 143 3, 55 | for Him to appeal to the disciples "in ~another shape"?~(5) 144 3, 55 | much so that "when even the disciples ~withdrew" from the sepulchre " 145 3, 55 | it was fitting that the disciples should see Him rise again?~ 146 3, 55 | would seem fitting that the disciples should have seen Him ~rise 147 3, 55 | the certainty of faith the disciples ~saw Christ ascend into 148 3, 55 | have risen ~in sight of the disciples.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 149 3, 55 | Lazarus in sight of the disciples. ~Consequently, it seems 150 3, 55 | have risen in sight of the ~disciples.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 151 3, 55 | whereunto. Consequently, ~the disciples were able to behold Christ' 152 3, 55 | lived constantly with His disciples after ~the Resurrection?~ 153 3, 55 | lived constantly with His ~Disciples, because He appeared to 154 3, 55 | according to Jn. 20:20: "The disciples were glad ~when they saw 155 3, 55 | suitable place than where the disciples ~were met together. Therefore 156 3, 55 | Peter; fourthly to the two disciples going to the ~town; fifthly 157 3, 55 | He did not live with the disciples in a fitting way after the ~ 158 3, 55 | Christ appeared to the disciples. Therefore He did not live 159 3, 55 | to be ~manifested to the disciples, namely, the truth of the 160 3, 55 | appearing served to assure the disciples ~of the truth of the Resurrection; 161 3, 55 | stay continually with the disciples was ~not because He deemed 162 3, 55 | the first day, because the disciples ~were to be admonished by 163 3, 55 | Lord had sent word ~to the disciples that they were to see Him 164 3, 55 | the eleven, but all the disciples and brethren, to ~go into 165 3, 55 | should have appeared to the disciples "in another shape"?~Aquin.: 166 3, 55 | to have appeared to the ~disciples "in another shape." For 167 3, 55 | to have appeared to the ~disciples "in another shape."~Aquin.: 168 3, 55 | Scripture, so ~were the disciples assured of their faith in 169 3, 55 | Christ ~appeared to the disciples, in but one apparition, 170 3, 55 | Christ appeared to His ~disciples "for forty days by many 171 3, 55 | His ~Resurrection to the disciples by proofs, because such 172 3, 55 | these were not known ~to the disciples, nothing would thereby be 173 3, 55 | the Resurrection to His disciples, for ~two reasons. First, 174 3, 55 | Christ showed nothing to His disciples which angels ~appearing 175 3, 55 | which ~Christ showed His disciples were not sufficient for 176 3, 55 | which Christ showed to His ~disciples seem contrary to human nature, 177 3, 55 | Himself to be handled by His ~disciples.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 178 3, 55 | eating and drinking with His disciples, as we read in the last 179 3, 55 | life, by replying to His ~disciples' questions, and by greeting 180 3, 55 | 4/4~He also showed His disciples the glory of His Resurrection 181 3, 55 | wish to appear before the ~disciples in that condition of clarity, 182 3, 55 | for us and rose again ~the disciples could not look upon Him 183 3, 55 | before the Passion, lest His disciples might despise ~its weakness, 184 3, 55 | the Passion He showed the disciples His glory by brightness, 185 3, 57 | earth; thus He said to His disciples (Lk. 17:22): "The days will ~ 186 3, 57 | therefore our ~Lord said to His disciples (Jn. 16:7): "It is expedient 187 3, 57 | uplifted to heaven "while" the disciples "looked on," as is stated 188 3, 57 | when He entered ~among the disciples through closed doors, as 189 3, 60 | Likewise He commanded His disciples to baptize under a form 190 3, 64 | not communicate to His ~disciples the power of creating heaven 191 3, 65 | strengthen us. Wherefore the disciples ~who were already baptized 192 3, 66 | Christ. But Christ gave the disciples the mandate of ~Baptism 193 3, 66 | Who appeared above the disciples under the form of fiery ~ 194 3, 66 | reason our Lord gave His ~disciples the commandment concerning 195 3, 67 | did not baptize, but His ~disciples, as John relates (4:2). 196 3, 67 | place of the seventy-two ~disciples of Christ, as the gloss 197 3, 68 | did our Lord excuse His disciples from fasting when they were ~ 198 3, 71 | Hence when our Lord bade His disciples ~to baptize, He made teaching 199 3, 72 | Christ when He promised His disciples the Holy Ghost. But He sent 200 3, 72 | did not baptize, but His disciples." Yet afterwards they were 201 3, 72 | Peter and Christ's other disciples had been baptized, either 202 3, 73 | Christ conversed with His disciples for the last time. First ~ 203 3, 73 | Christ was going to leave His disciples in His proper species, He 204 3, 73 | His last parting with His disciples, in ~order that it might 205 3, 73 | hearts and memories of the disciples whom He was about to ~quit 206 3, 75 | blood," etc., "Many of His disciples on ~hearing it said: 'this 207 3, 76 | deception appeared to the disciples who ~were going to Emmaus. 208 3, 76 | vanished out of sight" of the disciples. But that which appears ~ 209 3, 78 | broke it, and gave it to His disciples." But the same sense can 210 3, 78 | when He gave it to His disciples; but the sequence can be ~ 211 3, 78 | breaking, and giving it to His disciples, He ~spoke the words, 'Take 212 3, 80 | gave the ~sacrament to His disciples, as is evident from Lk. 213 3, 80 | hearts and ~memories of the disciples. and on that account He 214 3, 81 | His ~body and blood to His disciples, but did not partake of 215 3, 81 | gave it to be taken by the disciples. And hence the gloss ~upon 216 3, 81 | supper, when He gave to the disciples the sacrament of His body ~ 217 3, 81 | Hence when He said to the disciples, "Take ~ye and eat," and 218 3, 81 | Testament, which He gave to the disciples. And ~therefore He ate it 219 3, 81 | His body and blood to the ~disciples, said to them: "I will not 220 3, 81 | and blood with the other disciples.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[81] A[ 221 3, 81 | and blood with the other ~disciples, as Dionysius says (Eccl. 222 3, 81 | Christ is speaking ~to the disciples, from whose company Judas 223 3, 81 | body and blood ~to all His disciples, among whom was Judas also, 224 3, 81 | received and gave to the disciples His impassible body?~Aquin.: 225 3, 81 | received and gave to the disciples His ~impassible body. Because 226 3, 81 | gloss says: "He gave to the disciples at the supper that body 227 3, 81 | from being eaten by the disciples.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[81] A[ 228 3, 81 | iv), "He ~bestowed on the disciples His body such as it was." 229 3, 81 | and mortal body ~to the disciples.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[81] A[ 230 3, 81 | He gave His body to the disciples ~to be eaten. And according 231 3, 81 | immortal condition to His disciples.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[81] A[ 232 3, 81 | which was ~then seen by the disciples in its own species, was 233 3, 83 | impression on the hearts of the disciples; and therefore it was after ~ 234 3, 83 | sacrament and gave ~it to His disciples. But we celebrate at the 235 3, 83 | Ghost ~descended upon the disciples (Acts 2:15); or, as when 236 3, 83 | close of the supper with His disciples, "said a ~hymn" (Mt. 26: 237 3, 83 | prayer which He made for the disciples (Jn. 17:1), had more reason 238 3, 83 | regarding ~Christ's Passion the disciples acknowledged Him only in 239 3, 84 | just as our Lord gave His disciples the power to absolve ~from 240 3, 84 | As our Lord said to His disciples (Mt. 28:19): "Going . ~. . 241 3, 84 | earth," ~etc., and to His disciples (Jn. 20:23): "Whose sins 242 3, 84 | baptize" as a rule, "but His disciples" did, as related in Jn. 243 3, 84 | believed that He baptized His disciples, as ~Augustine asserts ( 244 3, 84 | Now our Lord commanded His disciples to be merciful by ~frequently 245 Suppl, 8 | Lord commanded none but the disciples to loose Lazarus ~(Jn. 11: 246 Suppl, 18| For it was said to the disciples (Jn. 20:23): "Whose sins 247 Suppl, 37| Further, our Lord gave His disciples the priestly power when 248 Suppl, 37| OBJ 2: Our Lord gave His disciples the priestly power, as regards ~ 249 Suppl, 54| contrary, Our Lord said to His disciples (Lk. 10:16): "He that ~heareth 250 Suppl, 71| nature of the Mysteries ~the disciples of the Saviour and His holy 251 Suppl, 78| ate and drank with His ~disciples. There will be no need of 252 Suppl, 80| Resurrection ~He went in to His disciples, the doors being shut (Jn. 253 Suppl, 80| same body went into His disciples the doors being shut, which 254 Suppl, 80| our Lord went in to ~His disciples, the doors being shut (Jn. 255 Suppl, 80| and ~how it went into His disciples, the doors being shut. But 256 Suppl, 82| evident in the case of the disciples ~who saw our Lord's body 257 Suppl, 82| non-glorified eyes of ~the disciples. Therefore the clarity of 258 Suppl, 82| vanished from the ~sight of the disciples at Emmaus (Lk. 24:31). Therefore


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