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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | I say is true; where, I ~ask, do we see this? neither 2 1, 25 | Thinkest thou that I cannot ask My Father, ~and He will 3 1, 27 | according to the words, "I will ask My ~Father, and He will 4 1, 29 | that it is one thing to ask the ~meaning of the word 5 1, 29 | word animal, and another to ask its meaning when the ~animal 6 1, 29 | Also, it is one thing to ask the meaning of ~this word " 7 1, 29 | general; and another to ask the meaning of "person" ~ 8 1, 29 | the definition, as when we ask; What is man? and we answer: 9 1, 29 | suppositum," as when we ask, ~What swims in the sea? 10 1, 29 | A fish. So to those who ask, Three ~what? we answer, 11 1, 30 | Jn. 5:7). To those ~who ask, "Three what?" we answer, 12 1, 30 | Trin. vii, 4) that when we ask, ~"Three what?" we say, " 13 1, 31 | in human affairs, if we ask, Who is this man? we answer, ~ 14 1, 31 | suppositum"; whereas, if we ask, What ~is he? we reply, 15 1, 32 | three persons, to those who ask: "Whereby ~are They one 16 1, 36 | Trin. vii, 4): "When we ask, Three what? we say, Three ~ 17 1, 50 | that an angel is such, we ask whether it is composed of ~ 18 1, 50 | matter and form?~(3) We ask concerning their number.~( 19 1, 67 | around with the sun, ~we may ask why it is that when a lighted 20 1, 76 | Anima ii, 1): "We need not ask ~if the soul and body are 21 1, 76 | are one, as neither do we ask if wax and its shape ~are 22 1, 51 | that an angel is such, we ask whether it is composed of ~ 23 1, 51 | matter and form?~(3) We ask concerning their number.~( 24 1, 68 | around with the sun, ~we may ask why it is that when a lighted 25 1, 75 | Anima ii, 1): "We need not ask ~if the soul and body are 26 1, 75 | are one, as neither do we ask if wax and its shape ~are 27 1, 106 | himself; as when the disciples ask ~instruction from the master.~ 28 2, 2 | else: "for it is absurd to ask anyone what is his motive 29 2, 34 | for it seems absurd to ask anyone why he ~seeks to 30 2, 47 | who ~humble themselves and ask pardon, mitigate anger, 31 2, 74 | wherefore we ought ~to ask pardon for such thoughts 32 2, 84 | natural things we do not ask what always ~happens, but 33 2, 92 | something, as: "No man may ask a consecrated virgin in 34 2, 102 | oxen"; because God does not ask of ~man what he does with 35 2, 105 | to go to a fixed place to ask for ~judgment on doubtful 36 2, 109 | good Spirit "to ~them that ask Him." But what is in our 37 2, 114 | For what a man may justly ask of God, he may justly merit. 38 2, 114 | it would be ~useless to ask it of God in the petitions 39 2, 1 | according to Dt. ~32:7: "Ask thy father, and he will 40 2, 2 | Hier. vii), it is ~they who ask (Ps. 23:8): "Who is this 41 2, 15 | when ~their children should ask them, they should tell them 42 2, 16 | 2: Further, whatever we ask of God, we hope to obtain 43 2, 16 | obtain from Him. But ~we ask God to bring others to eternal 44 2, 16 | the saints, ~and that we ask men also for certain things; 45 2, 26 | lover ~and beloved, when we ask whether God can be wholly 46 2, 30 | without danger, he must ask the owner's consent, and 47 2, 37 | wherefore if one ~were to ask in general which of two 48 2, 60 | restitution, ~if possible, or to ask for a respite from the person 49 2, 60 | himself or through another to ask the person to ~whom he owes 50 2, 65 | that time; and thou shalt ask of ~them, and they shall 51 2, 67 | him that which he cannot ask in accordance with the order 52 2, 76 | Whether it is lawful to ask for any other kind of consideration 53 2, 76 | would seem that one may ask for some other kind of ~ 54 2, 76 | Therefore he may lawfully ask for or even exact something 55 2, 81 | 5) Whether we ought to ask for something definite when 56 2, 81 | 6) Whether we ought to ask for temporal things when 57 2, 81 | namely, to command and to ask or beseech, ~imply a certain 58 2, 81 | 24) that "to ~pray is to ask becoming things of God." 59 2, 81 | we ought ~principally to ask to be united to God, according 60 2, 81 | anything to God, but to. ask to obtain something from ~ 61 2, 81 | not only that we should ask for ~what we desire, but 62 2, 81 | precept of charity, whereas to ask comes under a precept of ~ 63 2, 81 | 7:7, where it is said: "Ask ~and ye shall receive" [* 64 2, 81 | shall receive" [*Vulg.: 'Ask and it shall be given you.'].~ 65 2, 81 | mercy on ~us," while we ask any of the saints "to pray 66 2, 81 | by praying to them, but ~ask it of the living by speaking 67 2, 81 | 1/1~Whether we ought to ask for something definite when 68 2, 81 | seem that we ought not to ask for anything definite when ~ 69 2, 81 | iii, 24), "to pray ~is to ask becoming things of God"; 70 2, 81 | according to James 4:3, "You ask, and receive not: ~because 71 2, 81 | receive not: ~because you ask amiss." Now according to 72 2, 81 | Therefore we ought not to ask for anything ~definite when 73 2, 81 | OBJ 2: Further, those who ask another person for something 74 2, 81 | Therefore we ought not to ask God for ~anything definite 75 2, 81 | them. Now it is useless to ~ask a person to give you what 76 2, 81 | Therefore we ought ~not to ask God for anything definite 77 2, 81 | taught His disciples to ask ~definitely for those things 78 2, 81 | Socrates deemed that we should ask the immortal gods for ~nothing 79 2, 81 | when we pray we ~frequently ask for what it had been better 80 2, 81 | holy desires, He makes us ask for ~what is right. Hence 81 2, 81 | When in our prayers we ask for things concerning our ~ 82 2, 81 | 1/1~Whether man ought to ask God for temporal things 83 2, 81 | seem that man ought not to ask God for temporal things ~ 84 2, 81 | he prays. We seek what we ask for in prayer. But we should 85 2, 81 | Therefore we ought not to ask for temporal things when 86 2, 81 | Therefore man ought not to ask God for temporal things 87 2, 81 | Further, man ought not to ask of God other than good and 88 2, 81 | Therefore we ~should not ask God for them in our prayers.~ 89 2, 81 | From the very fact that we ask for temporal things not 90 2, 81 | subordinate to something ~else, we ask God for them in the sense 91 2, 81 | commenting on Jn. 16:23, "If you ask the ~Father anything in 92 2, 81 | when we pray we ought to ask for ~what we ought to desire. 93 2, 81 | piety ~and perseverance, and ask for things relating to his 94 2, 81 | is not to death, let him ask, and life shall be given 95 2, 81 | even lawful in praying to ask that temporal ~evils be 96 2, 81 | assigned. It is useless to ask for that to be hallowed ~ 97 2, 81 | Therefore it is useless to ask for "the name of God to 98 2, 81 | then alone ~is it right to ask for something in our prayers 99 2, 81 | s Prayer not only do we ask for all ~that we may rightly 100 2, 81 | prayer not only teaches us to ask, but also ~directs all our 101 2, 81 | kingdom come," by which we ask to come ~to the glory of 102 2, 81 | and in this respect we ask: "Thy will be done on earth 103 2, 81 | temptation," whereby we do not ask not to be tempted, but not 104 2, 81 | name is not holy, ~but we ask that men may treat it as 105 2, 81 | the poor in spirit, let us ask that God's name be ~hallowed 106 2, 81 | blessed are ~the meek, let us ask that His kingdom may come, 107 2, 81 | ourselves the confidence to ask: which confidence ~is excited 108 2, 81 | said (Jn. 14:16): ~"I will ask My [Vulg.: 'the'] Father," 109 2, 81 | grace. The Son ~is said to ask or pray in respect of His 110 2, 81 | the Holy Ghost is said to ask, ~because He makes us ask.~ 111 2, 81 | ask, ~because He makes us ask.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 112 2, 81 | good Spirit to them that ask Him!" Therefore prayer ~ 113 2, 81 | James ~1:6, "But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering." 114 2, 81 | He would not urge us to ask, unless ~He were willing 115 2, 81 | this other thing that we ask for ourselves be not useful 116 2, 81 | merit for instance if we ask of God the ~accomplishment 117 2, 81 | doubt we receive what we ask for, yet when we ought to 118 2, 81 | are laid down; namely, to ~ask - "for ourselves - things 119 2, 81 | we ~always obtain what we ask for.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] 120 2, 81 | iii, 24), "to pray ~is to ask becoming things of God." 121 2, 81 | properly so ~called, or we may ask for some thing indefinitely, 122 2, 81 | for impetrating what we ask for: and this ~either on 123 2, 81 | on account of ~which we ask to be heard, according to 124 2, 81 | approach Him of Whom we ask: and prayer is preceded 125 2, 86 | sakes," since whenever we ask a ~prelate for a dispensation 126 2, 87 | give her what she would ask ~of him. For this oath could 127 2, 93 | not encourage those who ask ~unlawfully. Yet Samuel 128 2, 95 | whether he knows what we ask, or whether he can and ~ 129 2, 95 | necessity or usefulness to ask for that which is an effect ~ 130 2, 95 | because when the Lord ~said: "Ask thee a sign of the Lord 131 2, 95 | he replied: "I will not ask, ~and I will not tempt the 132 2, 95 | For thus did ~the apostles ask the Lord that signs might 133 2, 95 | because, ~by refusing to ask a sign, he was an obstacle 134 2, 115 | give often, ~take seldom, ask never.' But he makes provision 135 2, 142 | amiss; by those of whom they ask something for the first 136 2, 142 | ashamed by those of whom we ask something for the first ~ 137 2, 143 | it seems ridiculous to ask a man why he wishes to be 138 2, 148 | follow that it is a sin to ask a man ~to drink that which 139 2, 182 | fights for Christ his King, ask ~that he be made a priest, 140 2, 185 | afterwards he adds: "They all ask, they ~all demand to be 141 2, 185 | be compelled by ~want to ask for necessaries." Now this 142 2, 185 | was forced by necessity to ask for alms. Hence it is enjoined 143 2, 186 | that taketh away thy goods, ask them not again"; Cf. ~Mt. 144 2, 186 | 40], " . . . thy goods, ask them not again." If, however, 145 2, 187 | doubt about this, one should ask ~one's superior to decide" ( 146 3, 8 | Moral. xv] on Job 21:29, "Ask ~any of them that go by 147 3, 12 | them questions." But to ask ~questions and to reply 148 3, 13 | Further, a man does not ask from another for what he 149 3, 15 | Hilary says (De Trin. x): "I ask those who think thus, ~does 150 3, 21 | seem becoming to Him to ask anything from anyone. Therefore 151 3, 21 | 2: Further, we need not ask in prayer for what we know 152 3, 21 | fitting that anyone should ask in prayer for what he knows 153 3, 21 | not fitting that He should ask anything in prayer.~Aquin.: 154 3, 21 | for benefits received, and ask in prayer for those we ~ 155 3, 26 | Ghost, however, is said "to ask for us," because He makes 156 3, 26 | us," because He makes us ask.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[26] A[ 157 3, 26 | no matter how short, we ask ~how it was that he did 158 3, 30 | learn anything, let them ask their husbands at ~home." 159 3, 30 | her ~doubt, would make her ask: "How shall this be done?" 160 3, 36 | wizards [magi], ~neither ask anything of soothsayers." 161 3, 36 | where; they believe and ask, as it were, betokening ~ 162 3, 42 | Especially do those pagans ~ask this question who dare not 163 3, 44 | plants or brute animals, "ask not how it was just to ~ 164 3, 44 | not the fruit season; to ask such a ~question is foolish 165 3, 47 | Father says by the ~Prophet: 'Ask of Me, and I will give Thee 166 3, 47 | militate against this answer: "Ask of Me, and I ~will give 167 3, 47 | words were addressed: ~"Ask of Me, and I will give Thee 168 3, 53 | one is said to merit, or ask from another, that of ~which 169 3, 58 | power; hence they did not ~ask to sit on the Father's right 170 3, 64 | anything ~whatsoever they shall ask, it shall be done to them 171 3, 68 | be proved, anyone ~might ask to be baptized again on 172 3, 68 | who are to be ~baptized ask of the Church that they 173 3, 79 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We ask that this sacrament may 174 3, 80 | occult ~sinners, even if they ask for it.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 175 3, 80 | to open sinners when they ask for it. Hence Cyprian writes 176 3, 80 | not be denied them if they ask for it. For since every 177 3, 80 | xxvi, 6): "If a sick man ask to receive the ~sacrament 178 3, 80 | let ~them, who heard him ask, bear witness, and let him 179 3, 83 | improper for the ~priest to ask: "Bid these things be borne 180 3, 83 | Lord's Prayer, in which we ask for our daily ~bread to 181 3, 83 | God Himself, in ~Whom we ask to share; because it is 182 3, 86 | seem absurd for anyone to ask even a man to forgive him 183 3, 87 | remission of venial sins, for we ask in the Lord's Prayer: ~" 184 3, 89 | the supper, he durst not ask Him, but deputed John to 185 3, 89 | Him, but deputed John to ask in ~his stead, afterwards 186 3, 89 | did not depute another to ask for him, what concerned 187 Suppl, 2 | sin. For one should not ask forgiveness for a sin unless 188 Suppl, 8 | the higher authority, or ask permission of the ~priest 189 Suppl, 20| confess to him but should ask permission to go to ~another, 190 Suppl, 24| expressed, or unless he ask to be absolved from excommunication 191 Suppl, 44| Divine and human law"; and we ask how these definitions differ.~ 192 Suppl, 47| afterwards he wishes to ask for restitution, ~or at 193 Suppl, 47| judge, if he promised not to ask for ~restitution. But he 194 Suppl, 53| of ~continence can never ask for the debt without a sin, 195 Suppl, 53| tie does not bind him to ask for the debt, he cannot ~ 196 Suppl, 53| for the debt, he cannot ~ask for it without sin, although 197 Suppl, 53| holds whether the wife ~ask expressly or interpretively, 198 Suppl, 53| however, that he ~may both ask and pay lest the marriage 199 Suppl, 53| wife ~who has always to ask; but if this be looked into 200 Suppl, 55| second, he must ~pay, but not ask, in the third he can both 201 Suppl, 55| third he can both pay and ask.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 202 Suppl, 55| church, we may rightly ~ask whether he should be allowed 203 Suppl, 56| relationship, loses the right to ask for the ~debt; but is bound 204 Suppl, 61| Therefore the one can forthwith ask for the marriage debt, and 205 Suppl, 62| to return to him, if he ask her, unless with his ~consent 206 Suppl, 64| Whether it is forbidden to ask for the debt at any particular 207 Suppl, 64| Whether it is a mortal sin to ask for it at a holy time?~( 208 Suppl, 64| the wife has no right ~to ask again, and in doing so she 209 Suppl, 64| not bound, and she cannot ask, but if it be ~an unlawful 210 Suppl, 64| debt if his wife does not ask for ~it?~Aquin.: SMT XP 211 Suppl, 64| debt if his wife does not ask for it. For an affirmative 212 Suppl, 64| marriage. Therefore unless she ask expressly for the debt, 213 Suppl, 64| to his wife although she ask not for it. ~Further, a 214 Suppl, 64| his wife even though ~she ask it not of him.~Aquin.: SMT 215 Suppl, 64| explicitly, ~as when they ask one another by words; secondly, 216 Suppl, 64| even though she does not ~ask for the debt explicitly 217 Suppl, 64| service, as a wife is to ask the marriage debt of her 218 Suppl, 64| for a menstruous wife to ask for the marriage ~debt? [* 219 Suppl, 64| for a menstruous wife to ask for the ~marriage debt. 220 Suppl, 64| has an issue of seed may ask ~for the debt. Therefore 221 Suppl, 64| offspring. ~Yet a leper can ask for the debt. Therefore, 222 Suppl, 64| menstruous wife is not allowed to ask for the debt, ~this can 223 Suppl, 64| least an unfruitful wife may ask for the debt ~during her 224 Suppl, 64| a woman is forbidden to ~ask for the debt during the 225 Suppl, 64| debt ~to her husband if he ask for it? [*This and the previous 226 Suppl, 64| debt even as she may not ask for it. For just as she ~ 227 Suppl, 64| woman is never allowed to ask for ~the debt; and that 228 Suppl, 64| and that if her husband ask, he does so either knowingly 229 Suppl, 64| inclined. If however, he ask in ignorance, the wife may 230 Suppl, 64| ashamed ~than the wife to ask for the debt. Hence it is 231 Suppl, 64| that if one were never to ~ask for the debt, marriage would 232 Suppl, 64| Hence just as a wife cannot ~ask her husband for the debt 233 Suppl, 64| ought not to be forbidden to ask for ~the debt on holy days. 234 Suppl, 64| prayer. Therefore one may ask for the ~debt at some other 235 Suppl, 64| things, it is not ~lawful to ask for the debt.~Aquin.: SMT 236 Suppl, 64| Whether it is a mortal sin to ask for the debt at a holy time?~ 237 Suppl, 64| that it is a mortal sin to ask for the debt at a ~holy 238 Suppl, 64| Para. 1/1~I answer that, To ask for the debt on a feast 239 Suppl, 64| a more grievous sin to ~ask for the sake of mere pleasure, 240 Suppl, 65| to pay both were both to ask at the same time.~Aquin.: 241 Suppl, 70| remain at ~last, we must ask what this is: because in 242 Suppl, 71| could not know of whom to ask suffrages for his dead, 243 Suppl, 71| sinners, when, to wit, they ask for ~something acceptable 244 Suppl, 72| Therefore neither should we ask the other saints ~to do 245 Suppl, 72| not for us even ~though we ask them to. Therefore it seems 246 Suppl, 72| more, therefore, should we ask the saints ~who are in heaven 247 Suppl, 72| mediators as it were, when we ask them to ~pray for us.~Aquin.: 248 Suppl, 72| to ~Him, but because they ask God to grant those prayers 249 Suppl, 72| Christ's ~blood is said to ask pardon for us. In both ways 250 Suppl, 72| avail to obtain what they ask, yet on our part ~they may 251 Suppl, 72| what God wills, nor do they ask save for what they will 252 Suppl, 75| and not granted: "If you ask the Father anything in ~ 253 Suppl, 76| a difference whether we ask ~what can be done without 254 Suppl, 92| Raise the dowry, and ask ~gifts," and from Ex. 22: 255 Suppl, 96| Lord said this to those who ask that their debt be ~forgiven, 256 Appen1, 2| those who are in Purgatory ask to be set free, as ~appears 257 Appen1, 2| set free, they ~would not ask for prayers, as they often 258 Appen1, 2| etc. says: "It is vain to ~ask pardon after death for what


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