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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 10 | change in the pains of the lost, according to the ~words " 2 1, 23 | can be both acquired and lost. Therefore predestination ~ 3 1, 23 | receives that crown thus lost, inasmuch as he takes the 4 1, 23 | would be more saved ~than lost. Yet the contrary follows 5 1, 25 | can supply charity that is lost; therefore also lost virginity. ~ 6 1, 25 | is lost; therefore also lost virginity. ~Therefore He 7 1, 25 | having sinned ~or having lost charity thereby can be removed 8 1, 64 | that "sorrow for good lost by punishment, is the witness 9 1, 66 | Hexaem.] says: "Just as the lost are driven into the lowest ~ 10 1, 73 | nothing accrues to Him or is lost to Him. ~Therefore no special 11 1, 75 | acquired by generation ~and lost by corruption. Therefore, 12 1, 75 | forms, acquire existence or lost ~it through the generation 13 1, 65 | that "sorrow for good lost by punishment, is the witness 14 1, 67 | Hexaem.] says: "Just as the lost are driven into the lowest ~ 15 1, 72 | nothing accrues to Him or is lost to Him. ~Therefore no special 16 1, 74 | acquired by generation ~and lost by corruption. Therefore, 17 1, 74 | forms, acquire existence or lost ~it through the generation 18 1, 77 | restore the humidity thus ~lost, the nutritive power is 19 1, 82 | OBJ 3: Man is said to have lost free-will by falling into 20 1, 96 | man to restore what he has lost. But ~Adam's body suffered 21 1, 96 | of these defects was the lost of ~humidity by the action 22 1, 96 | required to ~replace the lost tissue, as well as what 23 1, 96 | but only ~replaces what is lost. Last of all, in old age, 24 1, 101 | kindness to man, and ~what man lost by sin. Moreover, some say 25 1, 108 | because they have ~not lost their natural gifts; as 26 1, 111 | of their dignity would be lost; which is unseemly.~Aquin.: 27 1, 111 | nothing of his dignity is lost, as ~neither does a king 28 1, 111 | Moral. ii), "though he has ~lost beatitude, still he has 29 1, 118 | human nature; and if it be lost, it cannot be recovered, 30 1, 118 | human nature, ~whatever is lost in man could be restored. 31 1, 118 | corrupted, that is, having lost its form, is changed into 32 1, 118 | also to renew that which is lost by the ~action of natural 33 1, 118 | took the place of what is lost. Wherefore just as ~that 34 1, 118 | for the renewal of what is lost, but also for growth. Later 35 1, 118 | for the renewal of what is lost, and then growth ~ceases. 36 2, 5 | Happiness once had can be lost?~(5) Whether man can attain 37 2, 5 | happiness once had can be lost?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[4] 38 2, 5 | seem that Happiness can be lost. For Happiness is a ~perfection. 39 2, 5 | Therefore ~Happiness cannot be lost.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[4] 40 2, 5 | in this sense it can be lost. This is clear of contemplative ~ 41 2, 5 | contemplative ~happiness, which is lost either by forgetfulness, 42 2, 5 | instance, when ~knowledge is lost through sickness; or again 43 2, 5 | happiness of this life can be lost, a ~circumstance that appears 44 2, 22 | sometimes that which is lost is unsuitable to ~the thing: 45 2, 22 | is received and health is lost. And here we have passion 46 2, 32 | by reason of these being lost, may cause sadness. ~Aquin.: 47 2, 36 | evil or the good which is lost.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[36] A[ 48 2, 36 | than the good which is ~lost.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[36] A[ 49 2, 39 | sorrows for the good he has lost: for had not some good remained 50 2, 42 | is prevented from being lost, through fear thereof: thus 51 2, 49 | without, and these ~can be lost. Now the latter," i.e. those 52 2, 49 | being easily or ~difficultly lost. As to natural qualities, 53 2, 49 | imperfectly, so as to be easily lost: whereas we ~call it a habit, 54 2, 49 | perfectly, so as not to be lost easily. ~And thus a disposition 55 2, 49 | their very nature are easily lost, ~because they have changeable 56 2, 53 | consider how habits are lost or weakened; and under this ~ 57 2, 53 | which is a habit, cannot be lost through corruption of its ~ 58 2, 53 | manner, neither ~can it be lost through the action of its 59 2, 53 | of science can nowise be lost.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[53] A[ 60 2, 53 | held that ~habits are not lost either through old age or 61 2, 53 | vi, 5) that "it cannot be lost by ~being forgotten." There 62 2, 53 | although a habit can be lost it cannot diminish.~Aquin.: 63 2, 67 | remove: for it is not easily lost, ~except by reason of some 64 2, 67 | abides for ever - in the lost, ~the fear of punishment. 65 2, 67 | opposed to ~hope. In the lost there can be fear of punishment, 66 2, 67 | Blessed. Because in the lost there will be a succession 67 2, 67 | speaking, neither in the lost is there fear. For, as stated 68 2, 67 | hope of escape: and the lost have no ~such hope. Consequently 69 2, 67 | liberality, though he have lost his money: yet he cannot 70 2, 74 | Man will be ~altogether lost unless, through the grace 71 2, 74 | enjoy them." But no man is ~lost except through mortal sin. 72 2, 78 | not ~suddenly ruined and lost, but must needs fall away 73 2, 79 | and the ~punishment of the lost to the glory of His justice.~ 74 2, 81 | This gift the first man lost by his ~first sin. Wherefore 75 2, 85 | account of ~sin: thus the lost cannot be restored to virtue 76 2, 85 | Reply OBJ 3: Even in the lost the natural inclination 77 2, 87 | united to ~a mortal sin in a lost soul, because in hell there 78 2, 93 | and those who are ~already lost, are not in the state of 79 2, 104 | Christ, the judicial precepts lost their binding ~force: for 80 2, 105 | acquired through the pledge is lost: for ~it is written (Dt. 81 2, 105 | when goods ~deposited are lost, the owner is to stand by 82 2, 105 | Because the latter might be ~lost in two ways. First, unavoidably: 83 2, 105 | goods deposited might be lost through an ~avoidable cause, 84 2, 109 | restored ~to him what he lost by sinning. Now man incurs 85 2, 109 | Christ's gift, than he had lost by Adam's sin. But Adam 86 2, 113 | free-will and ~afterwards has lost it either through sickness 87 2, 2 | is not, for that ~reason, lost or diminished.~Aquin.: SMT 88 2, 4 | from one who has already lost it through a previous ~mortal 89 2, 5 | the grapes," the demons lost their gifts of grace by ~ 90 2, 10 | lest certain ~goods be lost, or certain greater evils 91 2, 10 | if Jewish children are lost ~through not being baptized 92 2, 18 | friendship of God which he has lost, his fear is born of pride, 93 2, 23 | Whether charity can be lost after it has been possessed?~( 94 2, 23 | possessed?~(12) Whether it is lost through one mortal sin?~ 95 2, 23 | charity be there, it cannot be lost.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 96 2, 23 | Therefore charity cannot be ~lost.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 97 2, 23 | such a way that it can be lost, when it does not entirely 98 2, 23 | Hence ~the one form may be lost by the other being received. 99 2, 23 | occur whereby charity is lost.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 100 2, 23 | charity of heaven cannot be lost, ~whereas the charity of 101 2, 23 | If, however, charity be lost through the changeableness 102 2, 23 | 1/1~Whether charity is lost through one mortal sin?~ 103 2, 23 | seem that charity is not lost through one mortal sin. ~ 104 2, 23 | Therefore charity is not ~lost through only one mortal 105 2, 23 | Therefore charity is not ~lost through one mortal sin.~ 106 2, 23 | the habit of charity is lost at once through one mortal 107 2, 23 | Reply OBJ 2: Charity may be lost in two ways; first, directly, 108 2, 23 | in this way, that ~Peter lost charity; yet he soon recovered 109 2, 24 | recover money, ~had they lost it, for as much as virtue 110 2, 24 | happiness: not so those who are lost in hell, who, ~in this respect, 111 2, 31 | when a man finds his ~honor lost, he puts no curb on his 112 2, 34 | pleasure; in so far as we have lost them, causes sorrow; and 113 2, 34 | they ~grieve that they have lost their goods, and that others 114 2, 34 | that without charity being lost, both the destruction ~of 115 2, 37 | you sought that which was lost." Now schismatics are more ~ 116 2, 45 | 16) Whether prudence is lost by forgetfulness ?~Aquin.: 117 2, 45 | for ~the asses which were lost three days ago, be not solicitous, 118 2, 45 | Whether prudence can be lost through forgetfulness?~Aquin.: 119 2, 45 | seem that prudence can be lost through forgetfulness. ~ 120 2, 45 | of action. But science is lost ~by forgetfulness. Much 121 2, 45 | seems that ~prudence can be lost through forgetfulness.~Aquin.: 122 2, 45 | knowledge of universals can be lost through forgetfulness. Therefore ~ 123 2, 60 | the taking, even if he has lost the thing: for he ~is bound 124 2, 79 | God ~again, whom we had lost by our neglect" [*St. Augustine 125 2, 79 | choice of what has been lost ~through negligence, or 126 2, 80 | whom they thought to have lost. In this way tears arise 127 2, 85 | pay tithes on what he has lost by ~theft or robbery, before 128 2, 86 | repent of what she has ~lost by sinning.~Aquin.: SMT 129 2, 98 | spiritual things cannot be lost when once ~acquired, such 130 2, 108 | the eternal reward is not lost save for a mortal sin. ~ 131 2, 108 | lie the eternal reward was lost, being exchanged for a ~ 132 2, 124 | natural cannot be wholly lost: for which reason the Apostle 133 2, 135 | perseverance for it to be lost, since it ~would no longer 134 2, 143 | with thy beauty, thou hast lost thy wisdom in thy ~beauty."~ 135 2, 150 | bodily sanctity, though she lost ~the integrity of that organ." 136 2, 150 | seemingly virginity is not lost without copulation: ~for 137 2, 150 | 4: Further, no virtue is lost without sin. Yet virginity 138 2, 150 | without sin. Yet virginity is lost ~without sin, namely by 139 2, 150 | manner a person who has lost ~virginity by sin, recovers 140 2, 150 | virginity, as a virtue, is never lost without sin.~Aquin.: SMT 141 2, 150 | Christ, cannot compensate for lost ~virginity."~Aquin.: SMT 142 2, 161 | rob the Godhead and they lost happiness."~Aquin.: SMT 143 2, 163 | nature, since the cattle lost no ~heavenly bliss, seeing 144 2, 184 | religimus] to God Whom we had lost by neglecting Him" [*Cf. ~ 145 3, 1 | to ~save that which was lost"; "Therefore, if man had 146 3, 7 | but to the sheep that are lost of the house of ~Israel"; 147 3, 20 | the form of God was not lost. But because of ~the form 148 3, 25 | being united to the Word it lost nothing of its ~worthiness. 149 3, 40 | shepherd in his search of the lost sheep, and the physician 150 3, 42 | but to the ~sheep that are lost of the house of Israel." 151 3, 42 | but to the sheep that are lost in the house of ~Israel," 152 3, 46 | tree: but all that Adam lost, Christ ~found upon the 153 3, 46 | Further, the greater the good lost, the greater the pain. But 154 3, 46 | nature: also, Christ, ~who lost His life, but was to rise 155 3, 46 | three days, seems to have ~lost less than those who lose 156 3, 49 | And, ~consequently, the lost in hell cannot avail themselves 157 3, 50 | Christ so felt ~death that He lost His life inasmuch as He 158 3, 50 | grace of adoption is never lost without fault. ~Since, then 159 3, 51 | the blood shed will be ~lost."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 160 3, 52 | Whether He delivered the lost from hell?~(7) Whether He 161 3, 52 | down into the hell of the lost?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 162 3, 52 | down into the hell of the lost, ~because it is said by 163 3, 52 | earth." But the hell of the lost ~is computed among the lower 164 3, 52 | even into the hell of the lost.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 165 3, 52 | down into the hell of the ~lost, or else into Purgatory, 166 3, 52 | were in the hell ~of the lost. Therefore Christ went down 167 3, 52 | down into the hell of the lost.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 168 3, 52 | woes is the ~hell of the lost. Therefore Christ descended 169 3, 52 | descended into the hell of the lost.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 170 3, 52 | Regarding the hell of the lost it is written (Job ~10:21): " 171 3, 52 | descend into the hell of the lost.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 172 3, 52 | down into the hell of the ~lost He wrought this effect, 173 3, 52 | Christ delivered any of the lost from hell?~Aquin.: SMT TP 174 3, 52 | did deliver some of the lost from hell, ~because it is 175 3, 52 | there he ~is speaking of the lost, who "had adored the host 176 3, 52 | Consequently it seems that even the lost were ~visited at Christ' 177 3, 52 | prayed for." But only ~the lost are shut up in merciless 178 3, 52 | some from the hell of the lost.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 179 3, 52 | some from the state of the lost.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 180 3, 52 | reprobate are in the hell of the lost. Therefore, by Christ's 181 3, 52 | delivered from the hell of the lost.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 182 3, 52 | detained in the hell of the lost either had no faith in ~ 183 3, 52 | deliverance, others, namely, the lost, to their shame and confusion. ~ 184 3, 52 | by ~Christ's grace than lost by Adam's sin: but absolutely, 185 3, 52 | of deliverance upon the lost: and there are no others 186 3, 54 | resurrection, if whatever was lost by death had not been ~restored. 187 3, 59 | heaven, nor the souls of the lost punished in ~hell, until 188 3, 60 | the words be not entirely lost by this mispronunciation, 189 3, 63 | further end. Now grace is lost ~through sin. Much more, 190 3, 63 | therefore, is a character so lost.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] A[ 191 3, 63 | conclude that it cannot be ~lost." The reason of this is 192 3, 66 | justification remains, but can be lost. ~Consequently Damascene 193 3, 68 | while yet a catechumen: "I lost him whom I was to regenerate: ~ 194 3, 70 | with us." But faith has lost nothing of its strength 195 3, 70 | children and adults, were lost. And ~the same argument 196 3, 72 | that such a one would be lost, except perhaps through ~ 197 3, 74 | the ~species of bread is lost, as when the continuity 198 3, 79 | heat. But something is also lost ~daily of our spirituality 199 3, 79 | sins, ~because it can be lost through sin after one has 200 3, 82 | celebrates mass, not having lost the power of order, he ~ 201 3, 82 | deemed that it cannot be lost." But in like fashion, if 202 3, 82 | Consequently, he ~has not lost the power of consecrating, 203 3, 82 | perpetual, and ~cannot be lost or repeated. Hence it is 204 3, 82 | of ~consecrating is not lost by degradation. For, again, 205 3, 82 | priestly dignity is not lost by subsequent weakness: ~ 206 3, 83 | are nibbled by mice, or lost in any manner ~whatsoever; 207 3, 84 | Holy Ghost Whom he had ~lost, wherefore it is said in 208 3, 84 | once possessed could not be lost, and that, consequently, 209 3, 84 | once possessed, can be lost, ~and that, consequently, 210 3, 84 | perish, and what He loved be lost," viz. by despair.~ 211 3, 86 | demons and of men who are lost, cannot be ~blotted out 212 3, 89 | through penance. ~Because lost virtue cannot be restored 213 3, 89 | perish ~the fruit which you lost when your soul was disturbed." 214 3, 89 | of good works which was lost through sin. Therefore meritorious ~ 215 Suppl, 13| service of ~God. Now time once lost cannot be recovered, wherefore, 216 Suppl, 14| he can, now that he has lost charity, satisfy for his 217 Suppl, 14| he can, now that he has lost charity, satisfy for his ~ 218 Suppl, 16| applies to them as ~to the lost souls, for, according to 219 Suppl, 22| another. For such a one has lost neither orders nor ~jurisdiction, 220 Suppl, 24| a spiritual good, can be lost by a man against his ~will 221 Suppl, 33| sacrament, in order that ~the lost effect may be recovered. 222 Suppl, 33| of this sacrament, can be lost after it has been ~effected, 223 Suppl, 36| Holiness once possessed can be lost. But when once a ~man is 224 Suppl, 43| tells this story was ~not lost, and that he did not sin 225 Suppl, 53| namely as thereby a man has lost the power over his own body, 226 Suppl, 57| of the ~children he has lost, this being the chief reason 227 Suppl, 57| greater is sorrow for children lost than for children one has ~ 228 Suppl, 57| those who have had and have lost them, or ~could have had 229 Suppl, 57| as a ~solace for children lost, just as someone may be 230 Suppl, 72| nation is said to have won or lost ~in the conflict. Yet the 231 Suppl, 72| temperature which it had lost by the action of fire, provided 232 Suppl, 84| greatest sorrow is to have lost many goods: for which reason 233 Suppl, 93| observed, and ~virginity lost. Yet an aureole is sometimes 234 Suppl, 93| aureole is sometimes due to lost virginity; for ~instance 235 Suppl, 95| delightful goods they have lost, and on both counts they 236 Suppl, 96| and demerit, nor is being lost or corrupted by the ~inordinateness 237 Appen1, 1| they lack what they have lost. ~It, however, seems improbable 238 Appen1, 1| very great, since ~he has lost what he was able to possess.


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