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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 51 | seemed indeed to eat and to ~drink; but I use an invisible 2 1, 51 | use an invisible meat and drink" (Tob. 12:19).~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 52 | seemed indeed to eat and to ~drink; but I use an invisible 4 1, 52 | use an invisible meat and drink" (Tob. 12:19).~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 96 | being needs neither food nor drink." For we have explained ~( 6 1, 96 | to appease his hunger, drink to slake his thirst; and 7 2, 2 | natural wants: such as food, drink, clothing, cars, ~dwellings, 8 2, 4 | for instance, food ~and drink, wealth and a kingdom: for 9 2, 4 | That you ~may eat and drink at My table in My kingdom": 10 2, 4 | in Evang.). Thus food and drink signify the ~delight of 11 2, 30 | animal; for example, food, drink, and ~the like: and concupiscence 12 2, 30 | animal concupiscence of food, drink, and the ~like, which are 13 2, 30 | infinite meat, or infinite drink. But just as in nature there 14 2, 31 | the individual, as food, drink, sleep, and the ~like, or 15 2, 33 | Ecclus. 24:29: "They that ~drink me shall yet thirst."~Aquin.: 16 2, 33 | Ecclus. 24:29: ~"They that drink me shall yet thirst": for, 17 2, 35 | eagerly the pleasure of a drink, as a remedy for ~the pain 18 2, 40 | also in those who are in drink - viz. heat ~and high spirits, 19 2, 40 | Although youths and men in drink lack steadiness in ~reality, 20 2, 40 | young people and men in drink are indeed unsteady in reality: 21 2, 48 | increases the pleasure of drink. Now it is clear from what 22 2, 55 | you that ~are mighty to drink wine, and stout men at drunkenness." 23 2, 55 | drunkenness and excessive drink, consists in a ~falling 24 2, 63 | by abstinence in food, drink and the like. It ~is therefore 25 2, 67 | yet hunger, and they that drink me, shall ~yet thirst," 26 2, 69 | to his body, ~in food and drink, and so forth; this he excludes 27 2, 77 | individual, such as ~food, drink, and the like, or as regards 28 2, 84 | individual, e.g. meat and drink, which good is pursued ~ 29 2, 88 | 31): "Whether you eat or ~drink, or whatever else you do; 30 2, 88 | but only the excessive ~drink. If, however, he gets drunk 31 2, 94 | concupiscences of food, ~drink and sexual matters, which 32 2, 101 | judge you in meat or in drink, or in respect of a festival 33 2, 102 | of bullocks? ~Or shall I drink the blood of goats?" Therefore 34 2, 102 | because idolaters used to drink the blood and ~eat the fat 35 2, 102 | bread was offered; or as drink, and of these wine was ~ 36 2, 103 | judge you in meat or in drink, or in respect of a festival 37 2, 108 | kingdom of God is not meat and drink; ~but justice and peace 38 2, 108 | kingdom of God is not meat and drink."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] 39 2, 109 | to toil in the fields, to drink, to eat, or to have ~friends," 40 2, 24 | thus did Our Lord ~eat and drink with sinners as related 41 2, 24 | he thirst, give him . . . drink." Outside cases of urgency, 42 2, 27 | of ~God is not meat and drink, but justice and peace, 43 2, 30 | feed the hungry, to give drink to the thirsty, to clothe 44 2, 30 | of this we have "to give drink to the ~thirsty." The common 45 2, 38 | shall eat this bread, and ~drink the chalice, you shall show 46 2, 41 | to eat flesh, ~and not to drink wine, nor anything whereby 47 2, 53 | we eat, or what shall we drink, or wherewith shall we ~ 48 2, 76 | wine when we use it for drink and ~we consume wheat when 49 2, 79 | of ~bullocks? or shall I drink the blood of goats?" but 50 2, 84 | serving the Lord may eat and drink of the oblations which are 51 2, 139 | individual by means of meat and drink, and the ~nature of the 52 2, 139 | about pleasures of meat and drink and sexual pleasures. Now ~ 53 2, 139 | taste result from food and drink, which are ~more necessary 54 2, 139 | species, or of food and drink which are ~necessary for 55 2, 139 | from the use of ~food and drink.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 56 2, 140 | from pleasures of meat, drink, and sex; as also ~for the 57 2, 141 | abstinence," and as regards drink properly there is ~"sobriety." 58 2, 144 | which ~is about meat and drink, and sobriety, which is 59 2, 144 | which is specifically about drink.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[146] Out. 60 2, 144 | kingdom of God is not meat and drink," where a ~gloss [*Cf. St. 61 2, 144 | saints abstain from meat and drink, not that any creature of 62 2, 145 | by abstinence in meat and drink. Secondly, we have recourse 63 2, 145 | taste anything . . . nor drink water."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 64 2, 145 | nourished by meat, so is he by drink: ~wherefore drink breaks 65 2, 145 | he by drink: ~wherefore drink breaks the fast, and for 66 2, 145 | we are not forbidden to drink at ~various hours of the 67 2, 145 | is ~broken by any kind of drink, even of water, after which 68 2, 145 | command abstinence from drink, for this is ~taken more 69 2, 145 | by partaking of too much drink: as also by eating ~immoderately 70 2, 145 | fast are not forbidden to drink wine, it seems that they 71 2, 146 | man ~takes more meat and drink than is necessary, he should 72 2, 146 | dulled by immoderate meat and drink, and in this respect we ~ 73 2, 146 | immoderate partaking ~of meat or drink. In like manner, we reply 74 2, 146 | necessity by immoderate meat or ~drink. However, it is no sin to 75 2, 147 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether drink is the matter of sobriety?~ 76 2, 147 | OBJ 1: It would seem that drink is not the matter proper 77 2, 147 | wisdom, and not only about drink.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] A[ 78 2, 147 | temperance is not only about drink, but also about meat and 79 2, 147 | sobriety is not only about drink.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] A[ 80 2, 147 | external apparel. ~Therefore drink is not the matter proper 81 2, 147 | equal life to men; if thou drink it moderately, thou shalt 82 2, 147 | especially concerned with drink, not any kind of ~drink, 83 2, 147 | drink, not any kind of ~drink, but that which by reason 84 2, 147 | excess is more harmful in drink than in other ~things, wherefore 85 2, 147 | especially concerned with drink.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] A[ 86 2, 147 | concerned with both meat and drink. Now there is no ~special 87 2, 147 | sobriety, which is about ~drink, a special virtue.~Aquin.: 88 2, 147 | sensitive to food. Now meat and drink combine together to make 89 2, 147 | sobriety, which is about drink, is not a. special virtue.~ 90 2, 147 | pertaining to nourishment, drink is ~distinguished from meat, 91 2, 147 | different kind of ~meat or drink, which is unreasonable. 92 2, 147 | remove it. Now intoxicating drink is a ~special kind of hindrance 93 2, 147 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Meat and drink are alike capable of hindering 94 2, 147 | abstinence is about both meat and drink alike. But intoxicating ~ 95 2, 147 | alike. But intoxicating ~drink is a special kind of hindrance, 96 2, 147 | abstinence is about meat and drink, ~considered, not as food 97 2, 147 | to eat ~flesh, and not to drink wine, nor anything whereby 98 2, 147 | Tim. 5:23): "Do not still drink ~water, but use a little 99 2, 147 | answer that, No meat or drink, considered in itself, is 100 2, 147 | Wherefore it is not unlawful to drink wine as such. Yet it may ~ 101 2, 147 | is bound by a vow not to drink wine: sometimes ~it results 102 2, 147 | Prov. 31:6), "Give strong ~drink to them that are sad, and 103 2, 148 | is a sin to ask a man ~to drink that which makes him drunk, 104 2, 148 | that invites another to drink excused ~from sin, if he 105 2, 148 | to be ~made drunk by the drink offered. But if ignorance 106 2, 148 | man takes more meat and drink than is ~necessary, he should 107 2, 148 | is caused by ~immoderate drink, is a venial sin.~Aquin.: 108 2, 148 | score of ~medicine. Now some drink too much at the advice of 109 2, 148 | and from this excessive drink drunkenness ~ensues. Therefore 110 2, 148 | so that he knows not the ~drink to be immoderate and intoxicating: 111 2, 148 | so that he perceives the ~drink to be immoderate, but without 112 2, 148 | man is well aware that the drink is immoderate and intoxicating, 113 2, 148 | drunk than abstain from drink. Such a man is a ~drunkard 114 2, 148 | 2: To take more meat or drink than is necessary belongs 115 2, 148 | knowingly to take ~too much drink to the point of being drunk, 116 2, 148 | Q[141], A[6]), meat and drink should be ~moderate in accordance 117 2, 148 | sometimes that the meat and drink which are moderate ~for 118 2, 148 | taken excessive meat or drink. There is, however, no need 119 2, 148 | no need for ~intoxicating drink in order to procure vomiting, 120 2, 150 | herself is already able to ~drink the chalice of the Lord?"~ 121 2, 151 | surfeit regards meat and ~drink, while abundance refers 122 2, 151 | with pleasure of meat and ~drink. Therefore these would seem 123 2, 166 | people sat down to eat and drink, and ~they rose up to play.'" 124 2, 166 | people sat down to eat and drink, and they rose up to ~play."~ 125 2, 168 | about pleasures of meat and drink. Now the precepts of the 126 2, 168 | to pleasures of meat and ~drink, or to any other species 127 2, 178 | Thou shalt make them drink of the torrent of Thy pleasure." 128 2, 183 | pride, "and shall eat ~and drink with drunkards," which proceeds 129 2, 184 | Kingdom of God is not meat and drink, but justice and peace and 130 2, 185 | such things they ~eat and drink judgment to themselves." 131 2, 186 | of abstinence in meat and drink, which pertain to ~hunger 132 3, 15 | naturally sought food, drink, and sleep, and all else 133 3, 15 | wept, was the ~Lord seen to drink, or eat, or grieve. But 134 3, 15 | nature. Or when He took drink or ~food, He acceded, not 135 3, 21 | passion, so ~may others drink of it, with unfailing hope, 136 3, 21 | prayed that He might not drink the chalice ~of His passion 137 3, 21 | death; or that He might not drink it at the hands of ~the 138 3, 40 | austere life as regards food, drink, ~and clothing? Or should 139 3, 40 | of God is not ~meat and drink." And Augustine (De Qq. 140 3, 40 | neither wine nor strong drink: because abstinence is meritorious 141 3, 46 | not pass away but I must drink it, Thy will be done." ~ 142 3, 46 | chalice cannot pass except He drink of it, because we ~cannot 143 3, 46 | not pass away but I must ~drink of it" - that is to say, 144 3, 46 | given vinegar and gall to drink; in smell, by being ~fastened 145 3, 47 | man judge ~you in meat or drink, or in respect of a festival 146 3, 47 | not pass away, but I must drink it, Thy will be done."~Aquin.: 147 3, 55 | familiarly to them, to eat and drink, and let them touch Him. 148 3, 55 | seemed indeed to eat and drink ~with you; but I use an 149 3, 60 | kingdom of God is not meat and drink." Therefore sensible things 150 3, 65 | of the Son ~of Man, and drink His blood, you shall not 151 3, 65 | flesh of the Son of Man, and drink of His blood, you shall 152 3, 72 | drank the same spiritual drink." But Confirmation was not ~ 153 3, 73 | which is dry sustenance, and drink, which is wet ~sustenance. 154 3, 73 | spiritual food and spiritual drink, according to John: ~"My 155 3, 73 | indeed, and My blood is drink indeed." Therefore, this ~ 156 3, 73 | of the Son of Man, and ~drink His blood, you shall not 157 3, 73 | shall eat this bread, ~and drink the chalice, you shall show 158 3, 73 | 54, "This food and this ~drink," namely, of His flesh and 159 3, 74 | Mt. 26:29): "I will not drink ~from henceforth of this 160 3, 74 | is ~written (Prov. 9:5): "Drink the wine which I have mixed 161 3, 75 | of ~the Son of Man, and drink His blood," etc., "Many 162 3, 75 | body which you see, nor to drink the blood which they who 163 3, 75 | and His ~blood is truly drink." And Ambrose says (De Sacram. 164 3, 75 | His true blood which we drink."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 165 3, 75 | for men to eat bread and drink wine, ~God has wedded his 166 3, 75 | eat human flesh, and to drink blood. And therefore ~Christ' 167 3, 76 | which consists in food and drink, as ~stated above (Q[74], 168 3, 76 | indeed, and My blood is drink indeed." Therefore, only 169 3, 76 | food, and the blood as ~drink. Thirdly, it is in keeping 170 3, 78 | shall eat this bread and drink the chalice, you shall show 171 3, 78 | inasmuch as it is the drink of the faithful, which is 172 3, 78 | things, that is, of ~food and drink, each of which of itself 173 3, 79 | as if you were going to drink ~from Christ's own side." 174 3, 79 | given by way of food and drink. ~And therefore this sacrament 175 3, 79 | indeed, and My blood is ~drink indeed."~Aquin.: SMT TP 176 3, 79 | 1: "Eat, O ~friends, and drink, and be inebriated, my dearly 177 3, 79 | Seeing that in meat and drink, men aim at this, that they 178 3, 79 | save only this meat and drink ~which maketh them who partake 179 3, 80 | drank . . . spiritual ~drink." Nevertheless sacramental 180 3, 80 | says: By "this meat and ~drink, He would have us to understand 181 3, 80 | him eat of that bread, and drink of the chalice." And in 182 3, 80 | shall eat this bread, or drink the chalice of the Lord ~ 183 3, 80 | from surfeit of meat or drink. Now every one of these 184 3, 80 | due ~to excess of food or drink. And this also can be either 185 3, 80 | consumption of food and drink. Hence Gregory, writing 186 3, 80 | from excess of food or drink, especially if necessity 187 3, 80 | Para. 1/1~Whether food or drink taken beforehand hinders 188 3, 80 | 1: It seems that food or drink taken beforehand does not 189 3, 80 | or of any other food or ~drink in very slight quantity, 190 3, 80 | 5: Further, some eat and drink late at night, and possibly 191 3, 80 | But one may take food and drink after ~receiving the sacrament. 192 3, 80 | after receiving food or drink, for three reasons. ~First, 193 3, 80 | contaminated ~by any food or drink. Secondly, because of its 194 3, 80 | before-hand by way of food or drink: and such fast is ~required 195 3, 80 | water, or other food ~or drink, or even medicine, no matter 196 3, 80 | taken by way of food or drink. But the ~remains of food 197 3, 80 | anything by way of food or drink after ~midnight, he may 198 3, 80 | slept after taking food or drink, or ~whether he has digested 199 3, 80 | eat of that bread, ~and drink of the chalice." But this 200 3, 80 | flesh of the Son of Man, and drink His blood, you shall not 201 3, 80 | of ~the Son of Man, and drink His blood, you shall not 202 3, 81 | and again, "Take ye and drink," it is to be understood 203 3, 81 | said to them: "I will not drink from henceforth of this 204 3, 81 | until that day when I shall drink it with you new in the ~ 205 3, 81 | His body and blood were to drink of it again with Him. But 206 3, 81 | Him. But Judas ~did not drink of it afterwards with Him. 207 3, 82 | are unsuited for food and drink: hence, as was said above ( 208 3, 83 | food, so is His blood, as drink. But in receiving Christ' 209 Suppl, 29| attained by means of ~meat and drink. It is the same in this 210 Suppl, 72| sinners of the earth shall drink."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 211 Suppl, 78| resurrection. And since to eat, drink, sleep, beget, pertain to ~ 212 Suppl, 79| by the taking of food or drink, as appears ~from what we 213 Suppl, 96| Now this is the meat and drink ~whereof Christians partake 214 Suppl, 96| receiving unworthily "eat and drink ~judgment" to themselves (


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