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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 51 | angels cannot be said to eat, ~because eating involves 2 1, 51 | you, I seemed indeed to eat and to ~drink; but I use 3 1, 52 | angels cannot be said to eat, ~because eating involves 4 1, 52 | you, I seemed indeed to eat and to ~drink; but I use 5 1, 96 | shall [Vulg. 'thou shalt'] eat."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[97] A[ 6 1, 96 | of good and evil, and to eat of ~every other tree of 7 1, 96 | of the tree of life, and eat, and live for ever." ~Further, 8 1, 96 | had he been allowed to eat of ~the tree of life."~Aquin.: 9 1, 96 | spiritual life, or had need to eat ~once more of the tree of 10 2, 2 | Ecclus. 24:29): ~"They that eat me shall yet hunger." Whereas 11 2, 4 | 22:30): "That you ~may eat and drink at My table in 12 2, 13 | ourselves ~that a sheep will eat one grass and refuse another. 13 2, 21 | it is well; for he shall eat the fruit of his doings. 14 2, 34 | sometimes good for a ~leper to eat things that are poisonous, 15 2, 67 | Ecclus. ~24:29: "They that eat me, shall yet hunger, and 16 2, 72 | for instance that a man eat hastily, may be due ~to 17 2, 80 | arouses man's desire to eat. Secondly, he that proposes ~ 18 2, 88 | Cor. 10:31): "Whether you eat or ~drink, or whatever else 19 2, 99 | hearken to Me, you shall eat the good things of the land. 20 2, 102 | according to Ps. 49:13: "Shall I eat the flesh of bullocks? ~ 21 2, 102 | 18): "Are not they that ~eat of the sacrifices partakers 22 2, 102 | that it ~was forbidden to eat the flesh of certain peace-offerings 23 2, 102 | while it was allowed to eat the flesh of other ~peace-offerings, 24 2, 102 | to drink the blood and ~eat the fat of the victims, 25 2, 102 | Of whose victims ~they eat the fat, and drank the wine 26 2, 102 | with blood you shall not eat: ~for I will require the 27 2, 102 | they were forbidden to ~eat the fat, in order to withdraw 28 2, 102 | none but the priests to eat the twelve loaves which 29 2, 102 | savor of levity for a man to eat with haste. Therefore it 30 2, 102 | 12:11) that they should eat the Paschal lamb "in haste." ~ 31 2, 102 | they were ~commanded to eat unleavened bread, as a sign " 32 2, 102 | them to depart"; and to eat roast meat, ~for this took 33 2, 102 | your ~hands, and you shall eat in haste": which clearly 34 2, 102 | men gathered round it to eat in honor of the ~idols. 35 2, 102 | should be forbidden ~to eat certain foods, as being 36 2, 102 | to you, neither shall you eat of them."~Aquin.: SMT FS 37 2, 102 | Hence they were forbidden to eat the ~flesh of flat-footed 38 2, 102 | they were forbidden to ~eat the flesh of animals that 39 2, 102 | reason they were forbidden to eat ~certain birds of prey the 40 2, 102 | were, however, ~allowed to eat ruminants and animals with 41 2, 102 | birds they were allowed to eat the tamer kinds, such ~as 42 2, 102 | sorcery: whereas they did not eat those ~animals which the 43 2, 102 | the Jews were allowed to eat, but worshipped them as 44 2, 102 | wherefore they were allowed to eat those animals which could 45 2, 102 | they were forbidden to eat animals that had been suffocated 46 2, 102 | They were forbidden to eat the fat: both ~because idolaters 47 2, 102 | why they were forbidden to eat the sinews is given in ~ 48 2, 102 | children of Israel . . . eat not ~the sinew . . . because 49 2, 102 | OBJ 2: Men were wont to eat plants and other products 50 2, 102 | living, forbade them to eat ~many kinds of animals, 51 2, 102 | wicked to allow the ox to eat of the grain ~while threshing 52 2, 103 | was considered illegal to eat such animals, ~since this 53 2, 103 | 31 ("The priest shall not eat of anything that is dead"): " 54 2, 105 | s vineyard, thou mayest eat as many grapes as ~thou 55 2, 105 | a friend's ~vineyard to eat of the fruit, but not to 56 2, 105 | shall come and shall eat and be filled." And there 57 2, 105 | neighbor's vineyard, to eat of the ~fruit there: but 58 2, 108 | aforesaid, for instance, to eat of this or ~that food, are 59 2, 109 | the fields, to drink, to eat, or to have ~friends," and 60 2, 10 | and you be willing to go, eat of anything that is set 61 2, 24 | For thus did Our Lord ~eat and drink with sinners as 62 2, 24 | be hungry, give him to ~eat; if he thirst, give him . . . 63 2, 28 | thus, if a man wishes to eat what is bad for ~him, we 64 2, 29 | friends ~and kinsmen to eat with us, but to invite them 65 2, 38 | As often as you shall eat this bread, and ~drink the 66 2, 41 | 21): "It is good not to eat flesh, ~and not to drink 67 2, 41 | Cor. ~8:13: "I will never eat flesh, lest I should scandalize 68 2, 53 | not work, neither let him eat." Therefore it is lawful 69 2, 53 | saying, What shall we eat, or what shall we drink, 70 2, 73 | out, and the ~young eagles eat it." Further, the derision 71 2, 79 | according to Ps. 49:13, "Shall I eat the flesh of ~bullocks? 72 2, 81 | your life, what you shall ~eat." Therefore we ought not 73 2, 84 | see serving the Lord may eat and drink of the oblations 74 2, 84 | the children of Israel to eat the sacred ~loaves, with 75 2, 85 | by year; and thou shalt ~eat before the Lord thy God 76 2, 85 | within thy gates, shall . . . eat ~and be filled." Now during 77 2, 85 | tithe which they had to eat ~with the poor, is increased 78 2, 98 | work in the holy place, eat the things that are of the 79 2, 117 | not give him the power ~to eat thereof." Nevertheless the 80 2, 120 | observance of the Sabbath to eat and do such things as preserve 81 2, 139 | make the food ~pleasant to eat, in so far as they are signs 82 2, 144 | God. For neither, if we eat ~not [*Vulg.: 'Neither if 83 2, 144 | Vulg.: 'Neither if we eat . . . nor if we eat not'], 84 2, 144 | if we eat . . . nor if we eat not'], shall we have ~the 85 2, 144 | have ~the less, nor if we eat, shall we have the more," 86 2, 145 | requisite for fasting to eat but once?~(7) The hour of 87 2, 145 | requisite for fasting that one eat but once?~Aquin.: SMT SS 88 2, 145 | requisite for fasting that one eat ~but once. For, as stated 89 2, 145 | should not be ~forbidden to eat several times.~Aquin.: SMT 90 2, 145 | credited ~with fasting who eat before the celebration of 91 2, 145 | common custom is for men to eat about the sixth hour: both ~ 92 2, 145 | the most ~part are wont to eat, until the ninth hour, which 93 2, 145 | should not ~be forbidden to eat flesh meat.~Aquin.: SMT 94 2, 145 | fish are as delectable to eat as the flesh of ~certain 95 2, 145 | forbade those who fast to eat flesh meat, rather ~than 96 2, 145 | flesh meat, rather ~than to eat fish.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] 97 2, 146 | it, Lord, that does not eat a little more than necessary?" 98 2, 146 | eating, ~namely the food we eat, and the eating thereof. 99 2, 146 | for ~eating, which is to eat "hastily," or one fails 100 2, 146 | thou hast been forced to eat much, arise, ~go out, and 101 2, 147 | 21): "It is good not to eat ~flesh, and not to drink 102 2, 150 | in "paradise, thou shalt eat," ~indicate a precept of 103 2, 150 | law which ~binds man to eat must needs be fulfilled 104 2, 161 | that the tree was good to ~eat, and fair to the eyes, and 105 2, 161 | fruit thereof, and did eat." Yet the very goodness 106 2, 161 | God ~had forbidden them to eat of the tree, lest they should 107 2, 162 | multiplied," nor does "every man eat bread in the ~sweat of his 108 2, 162 | useless to forbid him to ~eat of the tree of life, as 109 2, 162 | labor and toil shalt thou eat thereof all the ~days of 110 2, 162 | tills the soil must needs eat his ~bread in the sweat 111 2, 162 | Job ~5:7): and thus they eat the bread for which others 112 2, 162 | tree was fair, ~and good to eat. Accordingly the eyes of 113 2, 163 | by suggesting to them to eat of the ~forbidden fruit, 114 2, 163 | words, "'Earth shalt thou ~eat all the days of thy life' 115 2, 163 | signified by these words: for to eat ~earth is to look into things 116 2, 166 | The people sat down to eat and drink, and ~they rose 117 2, 166 | The people sat down to eat and drink, and they rose 118 2, 170 | grove four hundred, who eat at Jezebel's table." Now 119 2, 183 | my brother, I will never eat flesh": ~provided, however, 120 2, 183 | sign of pride, "and shall eat ~and drink with drunkards," 121 2, 184 | what you will; you must eat what you ~are bidden to 122 2, 184 | what you ~are bidden to eat, you may possess as much 123 2, 185 | not work, neither let him eat," says: "Some ~say that 124 2, 185 | not work, neither let him eat." ~Therefore religious are 125 2, 185 | sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread," and it is written ~( 126 2, 185 | 127:2): "For thou shalt eat the labors of thy hands." 127 2, 185 | not work, neither ~let him eat," as though to say: "The 128 2, 185 | not work, ~neither let him eat. For we have heard that 129 2, 185 | with silence, they would eat their own bread." Hence 130 2, 185 | your ~life, what you shall eat." Nevertheless his words 131 2, 185 | abuse of such things they ~eat and drink judgment to themselves." 132 2, 185 | to work, neither let them eat. For if the rich ~humble 133 2, 186 | your life, what you shall eat," says (De Serm. in ~Monte [* 134 2, 186 | what you will, you must eat what you are bidden to eat, 135 2, 186 | eat what you are bidden to eat, you may possess ~so much 136 3, 15 | Osee 4:8): "They shall eat the sins of My people" - 137 3, 15 | Lord seen to drink, or eat, or grieve. But in order 138 3, 18 | written (Is. 7:15): "He shall eat butter and ~honey, that 139 3, 35 | what day soever ye shall eat, ye ~shall [Vulg.: 'thou 140 3, 35 | shall [Vulg.: 'thou shalt eat of it, thou shalt] die"; 141 3, 38 | Pharisees and all the Jews eat not without ~often washing 142 3, 38 | unless they be washed, they eat not; and many other things 143 3, 40 | had not so much as time to eat." But sometimes it was for 144 3, 40 | Osee 4:10): "They shall eat and shall not be filled; 145 3, 40 | was not lawful for him to eat.~ 146 3, 41 | you that you should not ~eat of every tree of paradise?" 147 3, 46 | defiled, but that they might eat the Pasch." Upon ~this Chrysostom 148 3, 46 | that we prepare for Thee to eat the Pasch?" From which, 149 3, 46 | defiled, but that they might eat the ~Pasch." ~Aquin.: SMT 150 3, 46 | that ~they were going to eat the Pasch on the fifteenth 151 3, 50 | shall [Vulg.: 'thou shalt'] ~eat of it ye shall [Vulg.: ' 152 3, 54 | weariness, the power to eat, without need of food."~ 153 3, 55 | speak familiarly to them, to eat and drink, and let them 154 3, 55 | more were they going to eat with Him upon earth; the ~ 155 3, 55 | I seemed indeed to eat and drink ~with you; but 156 3, 65 | Jn. 6:54): "Except you eat of the flesh of the Son ~ 157 3, 65 | Jn. 6:54): "Except you ~eat of the flesh of the Son 158 3, 72 | in the sea; and did all eat the same spiritual ~food, 159 3, 73 | Jn. 6:54): "Except you eat the flesh of the Son of 160 3, 73 | For as often as you shall eat this bread, ~and drink the 161 3, 73 | through the Eucharist we eat Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 162 3, 73 | to Ex. ~12:8: "They shall eat flesh . . . and unleavened 163 3, 75 | these words: "Except you eat the flesh of ~the Son of 164 3, 75 | have said. You are not to eat this ~body which you see, 165 3, 75 | Augustine says: "You are not to eat this body which you see," 166 3, 75 | is customary for men to eat bread and drink wine, ~God 167 3, 75 | but ~horrible, for men to eat human flesh, and to drink 168 3, 75 | unbelievers, if we were to eat our Lord under His own species. 169 3, 78 | afterwards: "Take ye and eat; this is My body" (Mt. 26: 170 3, 78 | body, saying: 'Take ye and eat; this is My body.'" ~Therefore, 171 3, 78 | these words, "Take ye and eat," the use of the ~consecrated, 172 3, 78 | As often ~as you shall eat this bread and drink the 173 3, 78 | Gentiles; or, "for you" who eat of ~it, and "for many," 174 3, 79 | He lets us feel Him, and eat Him, and embrace Him." And ~ 175 3, 79 | according to Cant 5:1: "Eat, O ~friends, and drink, 176 3, 79 | Jn. 6:52): "If any man eat of this ~bread, he shall 177 3, 79 | receiving" . . . die . . . Eat, then, ~spiritually the 178 3, 79 | and so he ought not to eat the ~spiritual nourishment, 179 3, 79 | the words, "If any man eat of it he shall [Vulg.: ' 180 3, 79 | heaven; that if any man eat of it, he may not die": ~ 181 3, 79 | on Jn. 6:52, ~"If any man eat of this bread," etc., says: " 182 3, 79 | this bread," etc., says: "Eat the heavenly bread ~spiritually; 183 3, 79 | spiritual eating. But they ~who eat spiritually, receive the 184 3, 80 | belongs to man alone to eat this sacrament spiritually?~( 185 3, 80 | to the just man only to eat it sacramentally?~(4) Whether 186 3, 80 | it seems that no one can ~eat spiritually without eating 187 3, 80 | water; so likewise some eat this sacrament spiritually 188 3, 80 | to ~be baptized, and to eat spiritually, and not sacramentally, 189 3, 80 | sea," and that ~"they did eat . . . spiritual food, and . . . 190 3, 80 | belongs to man alone to eat this sacrament spiritually?~ 191 3, 80 | not belong to man alone to eat this ~sacrament spiritually, 192 3, 80 | unless the ~angels were to eat Christ spiritually. Therefore 193 3, 80 | spiritually. Therefore the angels eat Christ ~spiritually.~Aquin.: 194 3, 80 | Therefore the ~holy angels eat of it spiritually.~Aquin.: 195 3, 80 | Consequently, it seems ~that to eat Christ spiritually is not 196 3, 80 | Tract. xxvi in Joan.) says: "Eat the bread" ~of the altar " 197 3, 80 | Therefore the angels do not eat spiritually.~Aquin.: SMT 198 3, 80 | and in this way the angels eat Christ spiritually ~inasmuch 199 3, 80 | 2~In another way one may eat Christ spiritually, as He 200 3, 80 | and this is not merely to eat Christ ~spiritually, but 201 3, 80 | spiritually, but likewise to eat this sacrament; which does 202 3, 80 | does not belong to them to eat this sacrament ~spiritually.~ 203 3, 80 | Consequently, man is said to eat the "bread of angels," because ~ 204 3, 80 | to angels, but to men, to eat this sacrament ~spiritually.~ 205 3, 80 | Whether the just man alone may eat Christ sacramentally?~Aquin.: 206 3, 80 | none but the just man may eat Christ sacramentally. ~For 207 3, 80 | believe in Him, this it is, to eat the ~living bread." But 208 3, 80 | Therefore the sinner cannot eat this ~sacrament, which is 209 3, 80 | reason, the sinner ~cannot eat Christ's body sacramentally.~ 210 3, 80 | reason neither ~may sinners eat this sacrament.~Aquin.: 211 3, 80 | words, "that if any man eat of it he may not die," says: " 212 3, 80 | receiving. ~Therefore sinners eat the body of Christ sacramentally, 213 3, 80 | not ~merely the just, can eat Christ's body.~Aquin.: SMT 214 3, 80 | sacrament: hence he would eat ~Christ sacramentally, if 215 3, 80 | properly speaking, he does not eat sacramentally, ~because 216 3, 80 | a mouse or a dog were to eat the consecrated ~host, the 217 3, 80 | himself, and so ~let him eat of that bread, and drink 218 3, 80 | 11:27): ~"Whosoever shall eat this bread, or drink the 219 3, 80 | would throw it to dogs to eat, or fling it in the mire 220 3, 80 | on Ps. 98:5: "Let no one eat Christ's flesh, except he ~ 221 3, 80 | time when we are going to eat the flesh of the ~Lamb, 222 3, 80 | When you come together to ~eat," namely, the Lord's body, " 223 3, 80 | man be ~hungry, let him eat at home": and thus it seems 224 3, 80 | eating at home ~a man may eat Christ's body in the Church.~ 225 3, 80 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, some eat and drink late at night, 226 3, 80 | moderation if a ~man were to eat a little in the morning 227 3, 80 | himself, and so let him eat of that bread, ~and drink 228 3, 80 | Jn. 6:54), "Except you eat the ~flesh of the Son of 229 3, 80 | said (Jn. 6:54): "Except ye eat the flesh of ~the Son of 230 3, 80 | clear ~that all are bound to eat it at least spiritually, 231 3, 81 | disciples, "Take ~ye and eat," and again, "Take ye and 232 3, 81 | desire I have desired ~to eat this Pasch with you," which 233 3, 82 | 18): "Are not they that eat of the ~sacrifices, partakers 234 3, 82 | dist. 2): ~"It is lawful to eat of this sacrifice which 235 3, 82 | not lawful for anyone to eat of that one ~which Christ 236 3, 82 | a one not so much as to eat," Augustine's gloss runs ~ 237 3, 83 | the Gospel: "Take ye and eat" [comedite] without ~the 238 3, 83 | and again, "Take ye and eat ~[manducate] of this." Therefore 239 3, 83 | Jn. 6:54): "Except you eat the flesh of ~the Son of 240 Suppl, 23| an one not so ~much as to eat."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[23] A[ 241 Suppl, 37| when He said: "Take ~ye and eat" (Mt. 26:26), wherefore 242 Suppl, 52| not to be at liberty to eat, ~sleep, and do such things 243 Suppl, 52| lawfully ~command him not to eat or sleep, so neither can 244 Suppl, 65| for instance, to beget, to eat, and so on, or ~belong to 245 Suppl, 65| contrary to the natural law to eat immoderately, ~although 246 Suppl, 78| the resurrection men will eat, and in like manner beget.~ 247 Suppl, 78| resurrection. And since to eat, drink, sleep, beget, pertain 248 Suppl, 96| by receiving unworthily "eat and drink ~judgment" to 249 Suppl, 96| 11:29), but to those who eat spiritually ~and are incorporated


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