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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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obstacle

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1 1, 57 | its secrets. The first ~obstacle will be removed at the Resurrection, 2 1, 62 | God; because there was ~no obstacle in him to such turning. 3 1, 62 | beatitude, unless there be some obstacle. ~Therefore so does an angel. 4 1, 62 | Therefore, since there was no ~obstacle within him, he passed at 5 1, 58 | its secrets. The first ~obstacle will be removed at the Resurrection, 6 1, 63 | God; because there was ~no obstacle in him to such turning. 7 1, 63 | beatitude, unless there be some obstacle. ~Therefore so does an angel. 8 1, 63 | Therefore, since there was no ~obstacle within him, he passed at 9 1, 83 | intellect is hindered by an obstacle in ~the sensitive powers?~ 10 1, 83 | purpose of removing ~the obstacle which the soul encounters 11 1, 88 | does not proceed from the obstacle ~of local distance, but 12 1, 90 | very beauty would be an ~obstacle to the end he has in view. 13 1, 94 | copious as ~meeting with no obstacle in human nature: and in 14 1, 106 | concept is hidden by a twofold obstacle. The ~first is in the will, 15 1, 106 | that is in him?" The other obstacle whereby the mental ~concept 16 1, 106 | angel is under no such obstacle, and so he can make his 17 1, 106 | for us ~on account of the obstacle of the body. Hence it does 18 1, 106 | do not, not through the obstacle of local distance, but on ~ 19 2, 14 | can be ~hindered, and an obstacle can be removed by some human 20 2, 14 | counsel ~about removing the obstacle.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 21 2, 17 | do; unless there be some obstacle on the part of ~the organ. 22 2, 20 | and is hindered by some obstacle, whereas another ~man perseveres 23 2, 20 | of the fact, and ~of the obstacle to the reception of a sacrament.~ 24 2, 25 | Now "that which removes an obstacle, is a kind of mover" (Phys. 25 2, 25 | OBJ 2: The remover of an obstacle is not a direct but an ~ 26 2, 25 | irascible passion removes the ~obstacle that hinders the concupiscible 27 2, 36 | through the ~presence of an obstacle, desire causes sorrow.~Aquin.: 28 2, 39 | Consequently such sorrow is an ~obstacle to the praise and merit 29 2, 46 | as it assails whatever obstacle stands in ~the way of desire. 30 2, 46 | the way of desire. But an obstacle has the character of evil. 31 2, 48 | anger is the most manifest obstacle to the judgment of reason, 32 2, 53 | only as it may prove an ~obstacle to the act of science; in 33 2, 53 | instance, that which removes an obstacle. It is in this ~latter way 34 2, 59 | But the passions are an obstacle to this: for the ~Philosopher 35 2, 60 | an evil does not prove an obstacle to reason, so as to require ~ 36 2, 69 | contrary to reason, is an obstacle to future ~beatitude; while 37 2, 69 | beatitudes as ~removing the obstacle of sensual happiness. For 38 2, 78 | through the removal of some obstacle: ~for instance, if a man 39 2, 79 | it be encountered by an ~obstacle in a body, it leaves it 40 2, 79 | those in whom He finds an obstacle: so ~that the cause of grace 41 2, 79 | only the man who raises an ~obstacle to grace; but God, Who, 42 2, 82 | viz. by the removal of the obstacle, i.e. ~original justice, 43 2, 82 | i.e. by the removal of an ~obstacle: thus, when the harmony 44 2, 85 | second way, in so far as an obstacle is placed ~against its attaining 45 2, 85 | diminished on the part of ~the obstacle which is place against its 46 2, 85 | causes it by removing an obstacle: thus it is stated in Phys. ~ 47 2, 85 | But equal causes of an obstacle being ~removed, do not point 48 2, 85 | which it is left when the obstacle to its falling is ~removed. 49 2, 88 | indirectly, by removing an obstacle, as he who displaces a pillar 50 2, 88 | something by removing an obstacle ~thereto. In this way a 51 2, 94 | cases on ~account of some obstacle), and as to knowledge, since 52 2, 101 | the Divine precepts is an obstacle to man's salvation. Since, ~ 53 2, 105 | whatever ~might prove an obstacle to the fight, and that certain 54 2, 106 | until sin, which is an obstacle to grace, had been cast 55 2, 114 | the state of sin has an ~obstacle to his meriting grace, viz. 56 2, 114 | such merit impeded by the obstacle which is in him who ~merits, 57 2, 3 | 2: That which removes an obstacle is not a direct, but an ~ 58 2, 3 | fortitude which removes an obstacle to the confession of faith, 59 2, 4 | Now that which removes ~an obstacle is a kind of accidental 60 2, 11 | one individual might be an obstacle to eternal salvation in ~ 61 2, 17 | free will in placing the obstacle of sin, but not to any ~ 62 2, 19 | account of some supervening obstacle, it follows that, more directly, ~ 63 2, 23 | decrease ~on account of an obstacle on the part of the intensity 64 2, 23 | once ~in the air, were an obstacle placed to its being lit 65 2, 23 | through the placing of an ~obstacle to the outpouring of charity 66 2, 23 | God's commandments, an obstacle is placed to the outpouring 67 2, 24 | opposed to God, and is an obstacle to ~happiness. Wherefore, 68 2, 25 | the fact of their being an obstacle between us and God. ~In 69 2, 27 | unhappiness ~of this life is an obstacle to a perfect participation 70 2, 28 | remove whatever may be an obstacle to his obtaining it. Now 71 2, 28 | opinions. Nor is this an obstacle to ~peace, because opinions 72 2, 30 | as liberality ~removes an obstacle to that act, which might 73 2, 32 | so far as they prove an obstacle to our attaining the perfection 74 2, 41 | along a path, meets with an obstacle, it may happen to ~stumble 75 2, 41 | disposed to fall down: such an obstacle is a ~{skandalon}.~Aquin.: 76 2, 41 | itself to another man as an obstacle ~conducing to his spiritual 77 2, 41 | Further, scandal denotes an obstacle which is put in a person' 78 2, 52 | venial sin is an occasional obstacle.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[54] A[ 79 2, 62 | as that ~which removes an obstacle is called an accidental 80 2, 81 | granted on account of some obstacle on the part of the person ~ 81 2, 81 | state which is a kind of obstacle to a ~sufficiency of life, 82 2, 86 | vow, or which would be an ~obstacle to the greater good whereunto 83 2, 86 | from a vow is if it be an obstacle to a greater good. But a ~ 84 2, 86 | it be solemn, may be an obstacle to a ~greater good, since 85 2, 86 | man's continency may be an obstacle to the good of ~the whole 86 2, 87 | contrary to virtue, or an obstacle thereto, if one were to ~ 87 2, 87 | swearing (through placing an obstacle to the Holy Ghost, Who is ~ 88 2, 87 | murder, or because it is an obstacle to a ~greater good, as when 89 2, 95 | to ask a sign, he was an obstacle to the common welfare. Nor ~ 90 2, 103 | not the contempt of any ~obstacle to sin that constitutes 91 2, 104 | virtue in a friend is an obstacle to friendship, and whatever ~ 92 2, 106 | vengeance by removing an obstacle ~thereto, namely, fear of 93 2, 120 | religion. Now the chief obstacle to ~religion is for man 94 2, 121 | reason ~requires; and this obstacle is removed by the virtue 95 2, 121 | In order to remove this obstacle fortitude of the mind is ~ 96 2, 121 | fortitude to remove any obstacle that withdraws the will 97 2, 126 | avoided on ~account of the obstacle of fear, since fear is somewhat 98 2, 134 | is a check on a greater obstacle to good. But dangers of 99 2, 145 | unless there ~be some special obstacle to this observance.~Aquin.: 100 2, 147 | use of wine is a notable obstacle to the use of reason: wherefore ~ 101 2, 151 | this nothing but sin is ~an obstacle to virtue. Secondly, as 102 2, 151 | of lust, as removing an obstacle thereto, not ~as its direct 103 2, 152 | virginity is a ~special obstacle to the intercourse of fornication, 104 2, 152 | own wife." ~Now rape is an obstacle to subsequent marriage, 105 2, 155 | clemency - while hatred is an obstacle ~to such mitigation. For 106 2, 155 | impetuousness, a very great obstacle to man's free judgment of 107 2, 155 | of God, by removing ~an obstacle; and this in two ways. First, 108 2, 156 | appetite, unless there be an obstacle. Hence the movement of anger 109 2, 159 | it especially removes the obstacle to man's spiritual welfare ~ 110 2, 159 | Lord, in order to remove an obstacle to our spiritual welfare, 111 2, 160 | that is by removing an obstacle, since pride makes a man 112 2, 160 | A swollen mind is an ~obstacle to truth, for the swelling 113 2, 164 | trouble of ~learning is an obstacle to knowledge, wherefore 114 2, 164 | by that which removes an obstacle.~ 115 2, 170 | indisposition is a much greater obstacle than an ~accidental impediment. 116 2, 170 | not removed, might be an ~obstacle to prophetic revelation, 117 2, 170 | view an evil life is an ~obstacle to prophecy. For prophecy 118 2, 178 | lesion of the body is an obstacle to delight. Now ~contemplation 119 2, 181 | states and duties is not an obstacle to ~the unity of the Church, 120 2, 183 | bishopric. Now to place an obstacle to a thing amounts to the 121 2, 183 | accept a prelacy. But this obstacle may sometimes be ~removed 122 2, 183 | one may lawfully place an obstacle to things thus necessary ~ 123 2, 183 | OBJ 2: On account of no obstacle should a man forego the 124 2, 183 | state. But there may ~be an obstacle to the procuring of another' 125 2, 183 | his ~bishopric should the obstacle cease, for instance by the 126 2, 183 | account of ~a supervening obstacle, for instance the act of 127 2, 183 | the ~occurrence of some obstacle from without, the episcopal 128 2, 183 | that instead of being an obstacle to the episcopal office, 129 2, 184 | contemplative life, rather is it an ~obstacle thereto, inasmuch as the 130 2, 185 | the religious state is an ~obstacle to the fulfilment of such 131 2, 186 | although it ~may prove an obstacle to some higher act of charity, 132 2, 186 | immovable property, is an obstacle to perfection, though not 133 2, 186 | with it; while it is not an obstacle to religious perfection ~ 134 2, 186 | necessaries; other things are an ~obstacle to his contemplation." Accordingly 135 2, 186 | things is so much a greater obstacle to religious life as the ~ 136 2, 186 | abuse ~of which would be an obstacle to religious perfection. 137 2, 187 | earthly things is not only an obstacle to the perfection of ~charity, 138 2, 187 | perfection, but is more an obstacle thereto. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT 139 2, 187 | may encounter a ~twofold obstacle. First, through lack of 140 2, 187 | simple ~vow encounters an obstacle, if the person who makes 141 2, 187 | unless there be some special obstacle, ~such as ill-health, or 142 2, 187 | if there be ~some special obstacle (such as bodily weakness, 143 3, 21 | that is, provided no obstacle be discovered by reason' 144 3, 21 | vellet] if there were no ~obstacle.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 145 3, 28 | Godhead closed doors were no ~obstacle. For truly He had power 146 3, 49 | shutting of the gate is the obstacle which hinders ~men from 147 3, 49 | heaven, and removed the obstacle; but by His ascension He, 148 3, 54 | says: "Closed doors were no obstacle to ~the substance of a Body 149 3, 65 | provided that some unavoidable obstacle, and not his contempt for ~ 150 3, 69 | kingdom is to remove ~the obstacle that prevents one from entering 151 3, 69 | entering therein. Now this obstacle ~is guilt and the debt of 152 3, 69 | effect, unless there be an obstacle; and when this ~is removed, 153 3, 69 | prevent this; and when the obstacle is removed, it ~begins forthwith 154 3, 69 | insincerity. ~Wherefore, when this obstacle is removed by Penance, Baptism 155 3, 69 | cause, i.e. as removing the obstacle.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 156 3, 70 | nature, there remained the ~obstacle to the entrance of the kingdom 157 3, 70 | kingdom of heaven, which obstacle was ~removed by Christ's 158 3, 77 | liquid mixed, as having no obstacle, seems to permeate ~the 159 3, 79 | is not, found in him an obstacle to ~receiving the fruit 160 3, 79 | sin, has within him an obstacle to receiving the effect 161 3, 80 | unclean ~imaginings. Now this obstacle, which arises from a sense 162 Suppl, 5 | Further, nothing but sin is an obstacle to receiving the ~Eucharist. 163 Suppl, 6 | through an ~unavoidable obstacle, and not through contempt. 164 Suppl, 8 | required ~as removing an obstacle, i.e. insincerity, in order 165 Suppl, 9 | contrary, Hypocrisy is an obstacle to Penance. But it savors 166 Suppl, 10| unless a man offers an obstacle, he receives, through the 167 Suppl, 10| the time he offered ~no obstacle to grace. Consequently just 168 Suppl, 10| confessed. Nevertheless the obstacle of the debt ~of punishment 169 Suppl, 10| confessing, provided he offers no obstacle ~so far as he is concerned: 170 Suppl, 10| confession, which is an obstacle ~to the fruit of absolution 171 Suppl, 14| impossible so long as an obstacle to friendship ~remains.~ 172 Suppl, 17| power of ~removing this obstacle is called a key. Now this 173 Suppl, 17| power to remove the above obstacle, through the ~merit of His 174 Suppl, 17| removal of the aforesaid obstacle is bestowed on the ministers 175 Suppl, 17| someone, on account of some obstacle against ~entering therein, 176 Suppl, 17| which is in himself. The obstacle which the entire ~human 177 Suppl, 17| opening of Paradise, the obstacle of ~nature being removed 178 Suppl, 17| as though he ~placed an obstacle to entrance, but because 179 Suppl, 17| because he does not remove an ~obstacle which is there, since he 180 Suppl, 18| provided he offered no obstacle. ~For if the key were in 181 Suppl, 18| to open is to remove an obstacle, so ~to bind is to place 182 Suppl, 18| to bind is to place an obstacle. Now an obstacle to heaven 183 Suppl, 18| place an obstacle. Now an obstacle to heaven is sin, which ~ 184 Suppl, 18| but also punishment is an obstacle to heaven: ~and how the 185 Suppl, 20| man is the same kind of obstacle ~against entering into heaven. 186 Suppl, 30| concerned, provided there be no obstacle on the part of the ~recipient; 187 Suppl, 30| always, provided there be no obstacle on the part of the ~recipient.~ 188 Suppl, 41| marriage is a very great obstacle, the ~natural inclination 189 Suppl, 43| the defect of one is an ~obstacle to their betrothal, nor 190 Suppl, 51| voluntary. Now error is an obstacle ~to the voluntary, since " 191 Suppl, 52| marriage and is a greater obstacle to the good of the offspring 192 Suppl, 52| chastity is exposed, and the obstacle which the payment of the ~ 193 Suppl, 53| latter's act which is an obstacle to spiritual acts.~Aquin.: 194 Suppl, 54| natural law whatever is an obstacle to ~the good of the offspring 195 Suppl, 56| and ~then it is not an obstacle to the marriage act on either 196 Suppl, 64| of the debt ~which is an obstacle to continence, the one cannot 197 Suppl, 69| levity, unless there ~be an obstacle, so too the soul, the bonds 198 Suppl, 69| punishment, unless there be an obstacle. Thus sometimes venial ~ 199 Suppl, 69| all to be cleansed, is an obstacle to the ~receiving of the 200 Suppl, 69| while there remained an obstacle on the part ~of nature, 201 Suppl, 69| in children there is an obstacle both on the part of ~the 202 Suppl, 70| Therefore ~neither is it an obstacle to its suffering from a 203 Suppl, 72| Now ~apparently the chief obstacle to the souls of the saints 204 Suppl, 80| wherefore length is not an obstacle to ~penetration. Secondly, 205 Suppl, 80| another body, ~unless the obstacle to its being now in the 206 Suppl, 80| the present state this ~obstacle is its grossness by virtue 207 Suppl, 80| Accordingly we must say that the obstacle to our body's being now 208 Suppl, 80| place: since nothing is an obstacle to identity, save that ~ 209 Suppl, 81| taken only according to the obstacle ~on the part of the medium, 210 Suppl, 81| there will be ~no longer an obstacle; and so either it will move 211 Suppl, 83| movement, secondly through ~an obstacle to the principle of movement. 212 Suppl, 86| through meeting with an obstacle in some, it had not its 213 Suppl, 87| Redemption, on ~account of the obstacle accruing to created nature 214 Suppl, 88| elements would seem to be an obstacle to brightness, ~since a 215 Suppl, 88| of the earth which is an obstacle to transparency. Therefore 216 Suppl, 89| spiritual eye, whence the ~obstacle to knowledge is removed, 217 Appen1, 2| because, had there been no obstacle, they would already ~have 218 Appen2, 1| Hence each defect is an obstacle to the perfection of ~good;


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