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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | doctrine is a science. We must bear in mind that ~there are 2 1, 5 | being of which one cannot bear to be ~deprived; thus even 3 1, 12 | them; as one body cannot bear different ~shapes simultaneously. 4 1, 17 | falsity, by the likeness they bear to things ~which they actually 5 1, 29 | say there are three who bear witness in heaven, ~the 6 1, 29 | signified relation, it would ~bear an equivocal meaning in 7 1, 30 | said: "There are three who bear witness in ~heaven, the 8 1, 30 | in that sense they could bear only a ~metaphorical sense 9 1, 36 | 7): "There are three who bear ~witness in heaven, the 10 1, 50 | those more perfect natures bear relation to these sensible 11 1, 54 | to will, of themselves, bear relation to all ~things, 12 1, 56 | both the higher and lower bear affinity to ~his nature, 13 1, 57 | past, and future do not bear the same relations to the 14 1, 57 | Further, intelligible species bear the same relation to the ~ 15 1, 60 | evidence of this we must bear in mind that what comes 16 1, 61 | creatures were ~so created as to bear some relationship to the 17 1, 70 | exists, we shall do well to bear in mind that the union of 18 1, 51 | those more perfect natures bear relation to these sensible 19 1, 55 | to will, of themselves, bear relation to all ~things, 20 1, 57 | both the higher and lower bear affinity to ~his nature, 21 1, 58 | past, and future do not bear the same relations to the 22 1, 58 | Further, intelligible species bear the same relation to the ~ 23 1, 61 | evidence of this we must bear in mind that what comes 24 1, 62 | creatures were ~so created as to bear some relationship to the 25 1, 71 | exists, we shall do well to bear in mind that the union of 26 1, 85 | whatever is brought to bear on it."~ 27 1, 107 | themselves, and in a certain way bear Him to the inferior creatures. ~ 28 2, 6 | when action is brought to bear ~on something, by an extrinsic 29 2, 6 | of the will is brought to bear on the ignorance: as when ~ 30 2, 14 | our view is ~brought to bear on matters much more absolute 31 2, 14 | action, because actions bear on things singular and contingent. ~ 32 2, 15 | the things of which they bear the likeness; while the ~ 33 2, 17 | the will can be brought to bear on one another, in ~so far 34 2, 18 | the action is brought to bear. ~Therefore just as the 35 2, 20 | in like manner, ~if a man bear patiently a wrong done to 36 2, 22 | our weakness, ~their acts bear a certain resemblance to 37 2, 31 | sensible ~objects of touch bear the closest relation to 38 2, 40 | Further, contraries seem to bear on the same thing. But hope 39 2, 40 | hope and ~despair do not bear on the same thing: since 40 2, 46 | both the objects of ~hatred bear the character of evil: for 41 2, 46 | quoted continues: "Who can bear ~the violence of one provoked?"~ 42 2, 60 | as are about operations, bear, in some way, the character 43 2, 60 | of species, unless ~they bear different relations to reason.~ 44 2, 69 | hope that the tree ~will bear fruit, when the leaves begin 45 2, 70 | indefinitely. ~But our actions bear fruit: for it is written ( 46 2, 70 | longsuffering, which helps us to bear the evils inflicted on us ~ 47 2, 71 | of the will is brought to bear, but also to that which 48 2, 73 | I answer that, Harm may bear a threefold relation to 49 2, 73 | notorious and men are wont to bear them with more ~indignation.~ 50 2, 74 | anything, is brought to bear on the action itself as 51 2, 76 | sin that he is willing to bear the hurt of ignorance, ~ 52 2, 81 | 20): ~"The son shall not bear the iniquity of the father." 53 2, 81 | the father." But he would bear ~the iniquity if he contracted 54 2, 81 | The son is said not to bear the iniquity of his father, ~ 55 2, 83 | moved by the will, does not bear the ~character of guilt.~ 56 2, 87 | punishment of his past sin, or bear ~patiently the punishment 57 2, 87 | 20): "The son shall not bear ~the iniquity of the father."~ 58 2, 87 | oneself voluntarily, one may bear another's punishment, in 59 2, 96 | imperfect ones, being ~unable to bear such precepts, would break 60 2, 98 | nor we have been able to bear?" Therefore it seems ~that 61 2, 100 | the fifth, "Thou shalt not bear false witness"; ~the sixth, " 62 2, 100 | is said, "Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy ~ 63 2, 100 | of the law is ~brought to bear, falls directly under the 64 2, 100 | intention is brought to bear on the matter ~itself of 65 2, 101 | nor we have been able to bear?" Now the transgression ~ 66 2, 102 | fortitude, in ~order to bear with human frailty - and 67 2, 102 | sins. And it was said to bear the sins of the people, 68 2, 102 | Secondly, they had to ~bear with the shortcomings of 69 2, 102 | country nearly ~all the trees bear fruit in three years' time; 70 2, 102 | longer time for these to bear fruit: and the ~Law considered 71 2, 103 | virgin shall conceive and bear a son," where the verbs 72 2, 105 | needs a wife, that she may bear him children. ~Accordingly 73 2, 112 | greater energy, and may bear the ~evils of this present 74 2, 113 | Para. 2/3~Again, we must bear in mind that a thing is 75 2, 114 | with charity. For we must bear in mind that everlasting 76 2, 1 | the nature ~of a virtue to bear relation to the good alone. 77 2, 10 | stated (A[1]) seems rather to bear the ~character of punishment. 78 2, 10 | that our very enemies bear witness to our ~faith, and 79 2, 12 | external words and deeds should bear witness to the inward ~faith, 80 2, 24 | creatures, in as much as they bear the ~resemblance of a trace [* 81 2, 25 | Reply OBJ 2: A man ought to bear bodily injury for his friend' 82 2, 26 | bestowed on a man in order to bear witness to the good which 83 2, 30 | to forgive injuries, to bear with those who trouble and 84 2, 30 | are stronger, ought to ~bear the infirmities of the weak," 85 2, 30 | according to ~Gal. 6:2: "Bear ye one another's burdens."~ 86 2, 30 | must bring ~discretion to bear on the matter, on account 87 2, 31 | is an act of charity to bear with a sinner, according 88 2, 31 | according to Gal. 6:2: "Bear ~ye one another's burdens, 89 2, 31 | rebuke him: rather should you bear in mind that by ~making 90 2, 31 | When a few of ~those who bear a name for holiness are 91 2, 32 | inflicted on them, and yet ~they bear them patiently out of reverence 92 2, 32 | that God commands us to bear with ~penal evils, not to 93 2, 33 | down thy ~shoulder, and bear her," namely spiritual wisdom, " 94 2, 34 | When the wicked shall bear rule, the people shall ~ 95 2, 53 | their knowledge, but to bear patiently the effect of 96 2, 53 | 2: Further, these vices bear a certain resemblance to 97 2, 53 | well as guile and fraud, bear a certain resemblance to ~ 98 2, 54 | thereto, than those which bear a certain ~resemblance to 99 2, 59 | usufruct" in things that bear fruit; and simply "borrowing" 100 2, 59 | on "loan" in ~things that bear no fruit, such as money, 101 2, 62 | weakness of soul unable to ~bear penal evils, as the Philosopher ( 102 2, 66 | do not utter it, he shall bear his ~iniquity."~Aquin.: 103 2, 68 | Whether it is a mortal sin to bear false witness?~Aquin.: SMT 104 2, 68 | 20:16), ~"Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy 105 2, 87 | another to ~implore God to bear witness, as in an oath.~ 106 2, 87 | Providence, since he asks God to bear witness, and this must be 107 2, 87 | if God be unwilling to ~bear witness there and then: 108 2, 87 | then: for He certainly will bear witness at some ~future 109 2, 87 | God Who is called upon to bear witness, and on account 110 2, 88 | which it is unlawful to bear towards the ~demons. As 111 2, 92 | of pagans, but that ~you bear a certain likeness to them 112 2, 94 | will then do ~better to bear them in your heart than 113 2, 94 | ascribed to God, Who does not bear ~witness to a falsehood.~ 114 2, 96 | or that He is willing to bear witness to a falsehood. 115 2, 96 | do not utter it, he shall bear his iniquity." Hence it 116 2, 98 | no pressure be brought to bear ~on those who are unwilling 117 2, 99 | protestation of the charity we bear towards our parents and 118 2, 101 | regards men, ~one cannot bear witness, save by means of 119 2, 101 | paying honor to a person we bear witness to a person's ~excelling 120 2, 101 | whereas by praising him we bear witness to ~his goodness 121 2, 106 | vengeance on a man does not bear with him. ~But we ought 122 2, 106 | with him. ~But we ought to bear with the wicked, for a gloss 123 2, 106 | not a good man that cannot bear with ~a wicked one." Therefore 124 2, 106 | after Christ's example to bear our own wrongs with ~magnanimity, 125 2, 106 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The good bear with the wicked by enduring 126 2, 106 | from them: but they do not ~bear with them as to endure the 127 2, 106 | affects his person, he should bear it patiently if this be 128 2, 106 | vengeance should be brought to bear on a few of the principals, 129 2, 108 | intention of a bad will may ~bear on two things: one of which 130 2, 108 | decalogue: "Thou ~shalt not bear false witness." Therefore 131 2, 108 | expressly forbidden to bear false witness against our 132 2, 121 | fortitude of the mind to bear bravely with ~infirmities 133 2, 121 | that are most ~difficult to bear, is prepared, in consequence, 134 2, 121 | fortitude to face dangers and to bear toil. But this seemingly 135 2, 121 | one not only firmly to bear the assault of these difficulties 136 2, 121 | fortitude is ~love ready to bear all things for God's sake." 137 2, 121 | to ~withstand them, or to bear them more easily: since 138 2, 121 | are able more easily to bear earthly wrongs, if we are 139 2, 122 | to martyrdom that a man bear witness to the faith ~in 140 2, 122 | in body unto death they bear witness to ~the truth; not 141 2, 127 | belongs to a great ~soul so to bear what seems troublesome, 142 2, 129 | be ~pleased that others bear witness to his excellence, 143 2, 134 | instance, in the covetous, who bear many evils patiently ~that 144 2, 134 | patient who would rather bear evils without inflicting 145 2, 134 | bearing them. As for those who bear evils that ~they may inflict 146 2, 134 | without the help of grace, to bear evil for the sake ~of good, 147 2, 134 | of ~desire helps a man to bear toil and pain: and no one 148 2, 134 | willingly undertakes ~to bear what is painful, save for 149 2, 134 | causes the ~sorrow that we bear patiently. Now the fact 150 2, 134 | Hence man is more ~prone to bear evils for the sake of goods 151 2, 134 | gloss is that it is hard to bear with ~those who sin through 152 2, 135 | they are ~most difficult to bear for one who is strongly 153 2, 138 | violence, and the violent bear it away." Hence Peter commands ( 154 2, 139 | breaketh ~forth; and who can bear the violence [impetum] of 155 2, 145 | discretion must be ~brought to bear on the point. For if the 156 2, 150 | actually, but that she should bear in mind the ~purpose of 157 2, 151 | great price: glorify and bear God in your body." ~Wherefore 158 2, 156 | breaketh forth: and who can bear ~the violence of one provoked?" 159 2, 159 | believe it"; the ~fifth, "to bear patiently that this be said 160 2, 159 | things is the ~reverence we bear to God. Now the inward disposition 161 2, 159 | that a man fear God and bear all His commandments in 162 2, 167 | adornment of women, we must bear in mind ~the general statements 163 2, 169 | virgin shall ~conceive, and bear a son'"; some are "about 164 2, 170 | credible, since even its foes bear witness to ~it, and also 165 2, 172 | the degrees of a ~thing bear relation to something that 166 2, 176 | miracles. Now God cannot bear witness to a falsehood. ~ 167 2, 180 | be imposed on us, we must bear it because charity ~demands 168 2, 180 | their neighbor, whether they bear with equanimity the wrongs 169 2, 180 | interior ~turmoil they have to bear." Others, on the contrary, 170 2, 183 | be imposed on us, we must bear it because charity demands 171 2, 185 | according to Gal. ~6:2, "Bear ye one another's burthens: 172 2, 185 | credit their weakness and bear with it." For those who 173 2, 185 | are wont to be unable to bear the toil of ~bodily labor.~ 174 2, 186 | good ~action, we should bear in mind not temporal things 175 2, 186 | is unable, as it were, to bear with human fellowship on ~ 176 3, 1 | indeed, but many would so bear ~themselves towards His 177 3, 2 | Christ was. Yet we must bear in mind that not every individual 178 3, 2 | whereas action ~and passion bear themselves differently to 179 3, 2 | sung that "she merited to ~bear the Lord of all" [*Little 180 3, 2 | said to have merited to bear the Lord ~of all; not that 181 3, 3 | and human natures do not bear the same relation ~to the 182 3, 7 | Faust. xvi, 18). Now we must bear in ~mind that no one can 183 3, 14 | penalties. But He ~wished to bear its penalties in order to 184 3, 19 | erroneous opinion, we must bear in mind ~that wherever there 185 3, 20 | Orth. iii, 21): "We ~must bear in mind that we may not 186 3, 21 | Father, in such sort as to bear in mind that He was our 187 3, 28 | conceive," but adds: "and shall bear a son." This ~indeed was 188 3, 34 | OBJ 1: Free-will does not bear the same relation to good 189 3, 37 | virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and His name shall ~ 190 3, 37 | having ~received seed, shall bear a man-child, she shall be 191 3, 39 | John, and that John might bear witness to Him." Now, men 192 3, 40 | spiritual life on us, so did He bear bodily poverty, in ~order 193 3, 41 | learn from His example to ~bear bravely insults leveled 194 3, 42 | sort ~of human modesty can bear them." Wherefore of heretical 195 3, 42 | to you, but ~you cannot bear them now." Yet whatever 196 3, 45 | joy, so that they might bear ~persecution bravely."~Aquin.: 197 3, 45 | not fitting that He should bear ~witness to it a second 198 3, 45 | said to those who cannot bear them, ~according to Jn. 199 3, 45 | to you, but you ~cannot bear them now." But the disciples 200 3, 45 | the disciples could not bear the Father's ~voice; for 201 3, 45 | frailty that it ~cannot bear to gaze on such great glory." 202 3, 46 | great price: ~glorify and bear God in your body." Fifthly, 203 3, 52 | all, because He came to bear our penalty in order to 204 3, 53 | saints rose, that they might bear witness to ~the risen Christ." 205 3, 55 | but not to the people to bear witness to the ~Resurrection. 206 3, 55 | because it was their office to bear witness to the ~Resurrection, 207 3, 59 | But merit and demerit bear relation to the body only 208 3, 64 | a man's intention cannot bear on that to which he does ~ 209 3, 72 | sensible and material things bear a likeness to things spiritual 210 3, 73 | since corporeal things bear a resemblance to spiritual. 211 3, 73 | body from their eyes, and bear it away ~to the stars, it 212 3, 78 | because the sacramental forms bear the same ~relation to the 213 3, 80 | them, who heard him ask, bear witness, and let him receive 214 3, 85 | belongs to temperance, and to bear with hardships, which belongs 215 Suppl, 8 | enjoining satisfaction should bear them ~in mind.~Aquin.: SMT 216 Suppl, 11| justice if a man could not bear witness to a deed which 217 Suppl, 13| is written (Gal. 6:2): "Bear ye one another's ~burdens." 218 Suppl, 13| Therefore it seems that one can bear the burden of punishment ~ 219 Suppl, 13| so that he is unable to bear it, or spiritual, ~so that 220 Suppl, 14| that he is more able to bear them. But this is impossible, 221 Suppl, 17| The priest's act does not bear immediately on the kingdom, ~ 222 Suppl, 27| is written (Gal. ~6:2): "Bear ye one another's burdens."~ 223 Suppl, 37| give to them, that they may bear with thee the ~burden of 224 Suppl, 37| orders in the angels cannot bear any relation to a sacrament 225 Suppl, 38| dignity, provided they bear no immediate relation to 226 Suppl, 38| the higher Orders which bear an immediate relation to ~ 227 Suppl, 39| answer that, All the Orders bear a relation to the sacrament 228 Suppl, 39| For the son should not bear the ~iniquity of the father ( 229 Suppl, 39| illegitimate birth do not bear the iniquity ~of their father 230 Suppl, 41| younger ~should marry," and "bear children." But there can 231 Suppl, 45| Yet such a man ought to bear the excommunication rather 232 Suppl, 47| constant man is compelled to bear with the lesser evil through 233 Suppl, 47| but he is not compelled to bear with the greater evil ~in 234 Suppl, 47| inconstant man is compelled to bear ~with the greater evil through 235 Suppl, 54| unreasonable, since they bear no relation to their ~effect; 236 Suppl, 63| namely widows, "should marry, bear children." Therefore second ~ 237 Suppl, 67| this way a dispensation may bear upon the ~secondary precepts 238 Suppl, 72| eternity, that they may ~bear an eternal punishment. Therefore 239 Suppl, 73| resurrection of all men will bear some resemblance to ~Christ' 240 Suppl, 74| in order that they might ~bear true witness to Christ's 241 Suppl, 79| not less but ~more able to bear in mind the rules of his 242 Suppl, 81| a vacuum, that time will bear some ~proportion to the 243 Suppl, 84| each one's conscience will bear witness to him and his thoughts ~ 244 Suppl, 84| Each one's conscience will bear certain marks of the deeds ~ 245 Suppl, 92| which the husband has to bear; while that which the bridegroom 246 Suppl, 93| burden which ~widows have to bear in this world. When, however, 247 Suppl, 93| they suffered in order to bear ~witness to Christ, and 248 Suppl, 93| which Christ perfects in us bear witness to ~His goodness. 249 Suppl, 95| increase it; because they will bear in remembrance ~the glory


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