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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 21 | but ~in a sense is the fulness thereof. And thus it is 2 1, 51 | substances, not having the fulness of knowledge in its own 3 1, 57 | and in a certain degree of fulness and ~simplicity. Therefore, 4 1, 58 | For if they possessed the fulness of ~intellectual light, 5 1, 63 | was created with greater fulness of wisdom ~than man. But 6 1, 63 | Cherubim is interpreted "fulness of knowledge," while ~"Seraphim" 7 1, 73 | is called "the time of ~fulness [*Vulg.: 'the fulness of 8 1, 73 | of ~fulness [*Vulg.: 'the fulness of time']" (Gal. 4:4). And 9 1, 52 | substances, not having the fulness of knowledge in its own 10 1, 58 | and in a certain degree of fulness and ~simplicity. Therefore, 11 1, 59 | For if they possessed the fulness of ~intellectual light, 12 1, 64 | was created with greater fulness of wisdom ~than man. But 13 1, 64 | Cherubim is interpreted "fulness of knowledge," while ~"Seraphim" 14 1, 72 | is called "the time of ~fulness [*Vulg.: 'the fulness of 15 1, 72 | of ~fulness [*Vulg.: 'the fulness of time']" (Gal. 4:4). And 16 1, 83 | cannot ~expect to learn the fulness of truth from the senses 17 1, 92 | for the Godhead is the fulness of goodness." Now all these ~ 18 1, 96 | powerful nature, that from its fulness of ~beatitude, there redounds 19 1, 96 | there redounds to the body a fulness of health, with the vigor ~ 20 1, 107 | hence it is interpreted "fulness of knowledge," which ~Dionysius ( 21 1, 108 | knowledge. So the greater fulness of natural light in the 22 2, 3 | that in which is found ~the fulness of its formal object.~Aquin.: 23 2, 4 | that from its ~exceeding fulness of happiness the vigor of 24 2, 4 | since man has the entire fulness of his perfection in God. 25 2, 18 | other thing has its proper fulness of being in a certain ~multiplicity. 26 2, 18 | they are lacking in the fulness of being due to ~them. Thus 27 2, 18 | being due to ~them. Thus the fulness of human being requires 28 2, 18 | in ~something due to the fulness of his being. So that as 29 2, 18 | good. But since this same fulness of being is of the ~very 30 2, 18 | thing be lacking in its due fulness of being, ~it is not said 31 2, 18 | something that is due to its fulness of being; and thus it is 32 2, 18 | other things, depends on its fulness of being or its lack of 33 2, 18 | being or its lack of that ~fulness. Now the first thing that 34 2, 18 | thing that belongs to the fulness of being seems ~to be that 35 2, 18 | be noted that the whole ~fulness of perfection due to a thing, 36 2, 68 | refer figuratively to the fulness of knowledge, which ~belongs 37 2, 69 | to be comforted, ~because fulness implies abundance of comfort. 38 2, 102 | having manna, i.e. "all the fulness of the Godhead" ~(Col. 2: 39 2, 102 | is the sacrament of the fulness of grace, there would be 40 2, 102 | Law, because the time of fulness had ~not yet come, since " 41 2, 103 | sun, i.e. Christ, by the fulness of grace: the ~feast of 42 2, 103 | Holy Ghost: ~since by His fulness they were "endued with power 43 2, 108 | and further on: "Of His ~fulness we all have received, and 44 2, 1 | coming is called the "time of fulness [*Vulg.: ~'fulness of time']" ( 45 2, 1 | time of fulness [*Vulg.: ~'fulness of time']" (Gal. 4:4). Hence 46 2, 27 | be nothing else than the fulness ~of knowledge. Now, just 47 2, 27 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Fulness of joy can be understood 48 2, 27 | needs be ~finite. Secondly, fulness of joy may be understood 49 2, 27 | This argument takes the fulness of joy in reference to the ~ 50 2, 27 | 3: Comprehension denotes fulness of knowledge in respect 51 2, 27 | be. There is ~however a fulness of knowledge in respect 52 2, 42 | Justit. viii): "In the ~fulness of heavenly charity this 53 2, 93 | lot," because as yet the fulness of the Holy Ghost was not ~ 54 2, 146 | Sodom, thy sister . . . fulness ~of bread," etc. Therefore 55 2, 178 | contemplation with much greater fulness and depth.~Aquin.: SMT SS 56 2, 181 | manifold manner, so too, the fulness of grace, which is ~centered 57 2, 186 | one ~proceeds from the fulness of contemplation, such as 58 3, 1 | Gal. 4:4): "But when the fulness of the ~time was come, God 59 3, 1 | which a gloss says that "the fulness of the time is when it was ~ 60 3, 1 | Gal. 4:4), "But when the fulness of the time was come," a 61 3, 1 | the Father that all the fulness of the Godhead should dwell," 62 3, 1 | according to Jn. 1:16: "Of His fulness we have all ~received"; 63 3, 2 | Him'] dwelleth all the fulness of the ~Godhead corporeally." 64 3, 2 | hence it is ~said that the fulness of the Godhead dwelt corporeally 65 3, 2 | of merit, because "of His fulness we all have received" (Jn. ~ 66 3, 5 | yet did He not lose the fulness of the form of God." ~For 67 3, 6 | afterwards that "of His ~fulness we have all received" (Jn. 68 3, 6 | the soul of Christ had all fulness of grace and truth ~before 69 3, 6 | effect. Hence since the fulness of grace ~and truth was 70 3, 6 | excels even the angels in "fulness ~of grace and truth." But 71 3, 6 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Of the fulness of Christ all men receive 72 3, 7 | 9) Whether there was the fulness of grace in Him?~(10) Whether 73 3, 7 | in Him?~(10) Whether such fulness was proper to Christ?~(11) 74 3, 7 | to ~Jn. 1:16: "And of His fulness we have all received, and 75 3, 7 | Scripture attributes to Him the fulness of ~the fear of the Lord.~ 76 3, 7 | whoever has anything in its fulness, to him it does not pertain 77 3, 7 | Christ has grace in its fulness, according to ~Jn. 1:14: " 78 3, 7 | these graces Christ had the fulness. ~since inasmuch as His 79 3, 7 | in Christ there was the fulness of grace?~Aquin.: SMT TP 80 3, 7 | Christ there was not the fulness of grace. ~For the virtues 81 3, 7 | Christ there ~was not the fulness of grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP 82 3, 7 | Christ there was not ~the fulness of grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP 83 3, 7 | of Christ, can have the fulness of the gifts ~of grace.~ 84 3, 7 | these ways Christ has the fulness of grace. First, since He 85 3, 7 | generation. Hence the second fulness of grace is seen in Christ 86 3, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The fulness of grace is attributed to 87 3, 7 | comparison with the ~infinite fulness of the Divine goodness.~ 88 3, 7 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the fulness of grace is proper to Christ?~ 89 3, 7 | It would seem that the fulness of grace is not proper to 90 3, 7 | fortitude." Therefore the fulness of grace is ~not proper 91 3, 7 | proper to Christ. But the fulness of grace can be ~communicated 92 3, 7 | may be filled unto all the fulness of God." Therefore ~the 93 3, 7 | of God." Therefore ~the fulness of grace is not proper to 94 3, 7 | there ~will be a certain fulness, since "in our heavenly 95 3, 7 | heavenly country with its ~fulness of all good, although some 96 3, 7 | of the comprehensor ~the fulness of grace is possessed by 97 3, 7 | everyone, and hence the fulness of ~grace is not proper 98 3, 7 | Christ. on the contrary, The fulness of grace is ~attributed 99 3, 7 | 1/1~I answer that, The fulness of grace may be taken in 100 3, 7 | there is said to be the fulness of ~grace when the limit 101 3, 7 | all its effects. And this fulness of ~grace is proper to Christ. 102 3, 7 | there is said ~to be the fulness of grace when anyone fully 103 3, 7 | enlighten all men." And this fulness of grace is not proper to ~ 104 3, 7 | is there speaking of that fulness which has ~reference to 105 3, 7 | in this manner a certain fulness of grace is ~common to all 106 3, 7 | of God. And this is the fulness of ~grace which the Apostle 107 3, 8 | perfection as regards the fulness of all graces, ~according 108 3, 8 | according to Jn. 1:16: ~"Of His fulness we have all received." And 109 3, 8 | written (Jn. 1:16): "Of His fulness we all have ~received." 110 3, 8 | inasmuch as He has the fulness of grace. Now He had the ~ 111 3, 8 | of grace. Now He had the ~fulness of grace, inasmuch as personal 112 3, 8 | As in Christ dwelt the fulness of the ~Godhead, so in Anti-christ 113 3, 8 | Godhead, so in Anti-christ the fulness of all wickedness." Not 114 3, 9 | in Him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead corporeally." 115 3, 9 | knowledge, not that the first fulness was insufficient for the 116 3, 11 | Therefore, ~since Christ had the fulness of prudence by the gift 117 3, 13 | human acts, and also, by the fulness of grace and knowledge to 118 3, 14 | so strong that from the fulness of its blessedness ~there 119 3, 14 | fruition and vision, but the fulness of ~health" (i.e. the vigor 120 3, 14 | the soul, He assumed the fulness of all grace. Therefore ~ 121 3, 14 | necessary for Him to have the fulness of knowledge and grace in 122 3, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The fulness of all grace and knowledge 123 3, 14 | hence Christ assumed all the fulness of knowledge and wisdom ~ 124 3, 15 | answer that, As there was the fulness of grace and virtue in Christ, ~ 125 3, 15 | Christ, ~so too there was the fulness of all knowledge, as is 126 3, 15 | A[9]; Q[9]). Now as the fulness of grace and ~virtue in 127 3, 15 | the "fomes" of sin, so the fulness of knowledge ~excluded ignorance, 128 3, 15 | hypostasis, from which it has the fulness of knowledge and grace, ~ 129 3, 15 | enjoy and ~understand, the fulness of health, i.e. the vigor 130 3, 19 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, of the fulness of Christ's grace we all 131 3, 19 | Others receive of Christ's fulness not indeed the fount of ~ 132 3, 22 | pleased ~(the Father) that all fulness should dwell, and through 133 3, 22 | humanity, as having the fulness of grace and glory. ~Wherefore 134 3, 24 | Son ~of God: and of the fulness of His grace we all have 135 3, 26 | take from Him the singular fulness of grace, which belongs 136 3, 26 | Jn. 1:14). From which ~fulness it resulted that He was 137 3, 27 | sanctification she received the fulness of ~grace?~(6) Whether it 138 3, 27 | to her Son, from "whose fulness" her grace was derived, 139 3, 27 | Blessed Virgin received ~the fulness of grace?~Aquin.: SMT TP 140 3, 27 | Virgin did not receive the fulness or perfection of grace. 141 3, 27 | Virgin ~did not receive the fulness of grace at the time of 142 3, 27 | she did not receive the fulness of grace at the ~time of 143 3, 27 | Therefore she had not the fulness of ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP 144 3, 27 | portions; whereas on Mary the fulness of grace was ~showered all 145 3, 27 | her to receive a greater fulness of ~grace than others.~Aquin.: 146 3, 27 | proper to Him to have such a fulness of grace that it ~overflowed 147 3, 27 | according to Jn. 1:16: "Of His fulness we ~have all received." 148 3, 27 | Virgin Mary received such a ~fulness of grace that she was nearest 149 3, 28 | Reply OBJ 2: Just as the fulness of grace was in Christ perfectly, 150 3, 28 | yet ~some beginning of the fulness preceded in His Mother; 151 3, 32 | says (Gal. 4:4): "When the fulness of time ~was come, God sent 152 3, 34 | conception, Christ had the ~fulness of grace sanctifying His 153 3, 34 | as a condescension of the fulness of the ~Godhead into human 154 3, 34 | His ~conception, had the fulness of sanctifying grace, and 155 3, 34 | and in like manner the ~fulness of known truth; according 156 3, 35 | written (Gal. 4:4): "When the fulness of the time ~was come, God 157 3, 36 | unless He had made the fulness of these ~gifts known by 158 3, 36 | in Christ. But first the "fulness of the Gentiles . . . ~come 159 3, 36 | faith of Christ came to the "fulness ~of the Gentiles"; and this 160 3, 36 | Thirdly it came ~to the fulness of the Jews, which is foreshadowed 161 3, 36 | Reply OBJ 2: Although the "fulness of the Gentiles came in" 162 3, 36 | unto faith ~before the fulness of the Jews, yet the first-fruits 163 3, 37 | 1~I answer that, As the fulness of grace flowed from Christ 164 3, 39 | measure of the ~age of the fulness of Christ." Hence the very 165 3, 39 | in man by grace. But the fulness of grace was in the ~Man-Christ 166 3, 39 | according to Jn. 1:16: "Of His fulness we all have received." But 167 3, 46 | measure of the age of the ~fulness of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT 168 3, 47 | order to demonstrate the fulness of His love, on account ~ 169 3, 48 | earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof: the world and all ~ 170 3, 52 | presence was part of the fulness of their glory.~Aquin.: 171 3, 53 | according to ~Jn. 1:16: "Of His fulness we all have received." But 172 3, 54 | its fullest beatitude the fulness of health overflows into 173 3, 57 | emptied, not by losing His fulness, but because He took our 174 3, 59 | truth . . . and of ~His fulness we all have received": and 175 3, 59 | of His headship, and the fulness ~of His habitual grace: 176 3, 61 | but that now ~"when the fulness of time" has "come," we 177 3, 64 | from Christ Who had the fulness of charity. Since, therefore, ~ 178 3, 64 | according to Jn. 1:16: "Of His fulness we ~all have received." 179 3, 64 | namely, by giving them such a fulness of ~grace - that their merits 180 3, 65 | Confirmation we receive the fulness of ~the Holy Ghost in order 181 3, 66 | near with a ~true heart in fulness of faith, having our hearts 182 3, 69 | remission of sins and the fulness of virtues," as a gloss 183 3, 69 | of the Holy Ghost and the fulness of virtues are ~given in 184 3, 69 | as His members." Now the fulness of grace and ~virtues flows 185 3, 69 | according to Jn. ~1:16: "Of His fulness we all have received." Hence 186 3, 69 | they receive ~a yet greater fulness of grace and virtues. Hence 187 3, 69 | grace and truth; ~and of His fulness we all have received." And 188 3, 72 | bestows at the font, the fulness of innocence; but in ~Confirmation 189 3, 72 | because in this sacrament the fulness of the Holy Ghost is ~bestowed, 190 3, 72 | is the sacrament of the fulness of grace: ~wherefore there 191 3, 72 | is the sacrament of ~the fulness of grace, are conformed 192 3, 72 | truth" (Jn. ~1:14). This fulness was made known at His Baptism, 193 3, 72 | sacraments, should receive the fulness of grace from a ~sacrament.~ 194 3, 72 | in this sacrament the fulness of the Holy Ghost is ~given 195 3, 72 | His being gifted with the fulness of the Holy Ghost. ~Consequently 196 3, 72 | this sacrament, i.e. the fulness ~of the Holy Ghost, without 197 3, 72 | when ~they preached, the fulness of the Holy Ghost came down 198 3, 72 | that we may receive the fulness of the Holy Ghost, Whose 199 3, 72 | is the cause conferring ~fulness of spiritual strength which 200 3, 72 | this ~sacrament, i.e. the fulness of the Holy Ghost, was given 201 3, 72 | before they received the fulness of the Holy Ghost, were ~ 202 3, 72 | bestows at the font the fulness of innocence; but in Confirmation ~ 203 3, 72 | that we may receive that fulness. Therefore it should ~be 204 3, 72 | measure of the age of the fulness of Christ." And ~hence Hugh 205 3, 72 | the primitive Church, the fulness of the Holy ~Ghost was given 206 3, 72 | power. And in virtue of this fulness of ~power the Pope, Blessed 207 3, 72 | descends on man with all fulness of sanctity, knowledge and ~ 208 3, 72 | chrism is a sign of the fulness of the Holy Ghost, as ~stated 209 3, 72 | stated above (A[2]). But the fulness of the Holy Ghost was given 210 3, 84 | Confirmation, wherein ~the fulness of the Holy Ghost is bestowed, 211 3, 84 | Confirmation, wherein the fulness of the Holy Ghost is ~conferred; 212 3, 84 | at the reception of the ~fulness of the Holy Ghost which 213 Suppl, 4 | sorrow by reason of the ~fulness of their joy: those which 214 Suppl, 4 | capable of it; but the fulness of joy in the Blessed excludes 215 Suppl, 8 | fulfills it; and, for the fulness of the sacrament, ~both 216 Suppl, 13| disposition, because the fulness of the sight of God will 217 Suppl, 19| on ~account of the very fulness of Divine goodness in Him, 218 Suppl, 34| Further, in this sacrament the fulness of sevenfold grace is ~conferred, 219 Suppl, 36| men, there ~must needs be fulness of grace; so in the ministers 220 Suppl, 37| is here: ~for the entire fulness of the sacrament is in one 221 Suppl, 37| kingdom, although the entire fulness of power resides ~in the 222 Suppl, 37| government, on the contrary, the fulness of power ~resides in no 223 Suppl, 37| Pontiff in whom resides the fulness of ~authority. But this 224 Suppl, 37| imposition of hands the fulness of grace is given, whereby ~ 225 Suppl, 38| 3: The Pope, who has the fulness of episcopal power, can ~ 226 Suppl, 38| near him but also to have fulness of power. And since a ~priest 227 Suppl, 38| since a ~priest has not fulness of power in the hierarchical 228 Suppl, 40| throne, and Who gave the fulness of His own to no ~other, 229 Suppl, 40| 1/1~OBJ 8: Further, the fulness of power resides in the 230 Suppl, 65| came it was the time of the fulness of the ~grace of Christ, 231 Suppl, 73| grace, because "of His fulness we all have received . . . 232 Suppl, 78| measure of the age of the fulness of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT 233 Suppl, 78| old age on account of ~the fulness of Divine wisdom which will 234 Suppl, 80| defect ~of nature. For since fulness is opposed to vacancy, that 235 Suppl, 93| participation and not in its ~fulness. Wherefore an aureole is 236 Suppl, 93| imitating Him in Whom the fulness of perfect victory ~is realized. 237 Suppl, 93| perfection is ~found in its fulness. Accordingly it implies 238 Suppl, 93| in Christ in Whom is the fulness of every perfection.~Aquin.: 239 Suppl, 93| OBJ 3: Further, a certain fulness of virtue will shine forth


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