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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | describes a fact, it reveals a mystery."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[ 2 1, 10 | to the revelation of the mystery ~hidden from eternity" ( 3 1, 32 | think to reach ~the sacred mystery of generation by his own 4 1, 32 | the wisdom of God in a mystery which is hidden" (1 Cor. 5 1, 32 | philosophers did not know the mystery of the trinity of ~the divine 6 1, 32 | regards the Trinity": to which mystery the ~notions assuredly belong. 7 1, 46 | as was said above of the ~mystery of the Trinity (Q[32], A[ 8 1, 57 | mysteries of grace. For, the ~mystery of the Incarnation is the 9 1, 57 | ad ~lit. v, 19): "This mystery was hidden in God through 10 1, 57 | Tim. 3:16): "That great mystery of godliness appeared ~unto 11 1, 57 | Vulg.: 'Great is the mystery of godliness, which . . . ~ 12 1, 57 | speak in two ways of the mystery of the ~Incarnation. First 13 1, 57 | and this is brought by the mystery of the Incarnation. ~Hence 14 1, 57 | to be instructed in this mystery ~from the very beginning.~ 15 1, 57 | 2/2~We can speak of the mystery of the Incarnation in another 16 1, 57 | understand my knowledge in the ~mystery of Christ, which in other 17 1, 64 | their creation knew the mystery of the ~kingdom of God, 18 1, 64 | beginning ~respecting the mystery of God's kingdom, which 19 1, 64 | less fully ~understood the mystery of the Incarnation, when 20 1, 47 | as was said above of the ~mystery of the Trinity (Q[32], A[ 21 1, 58 | mysteries of grace. For, the ~mystery of the Incarnation is the 22 1, 58 | ad ~lit. v, 19): "This mystery was hidden in God through 23 1, 58 | Tim. 3:16): "That great mystery of godliness appeared ~unto 24 1, 58 | Vulg.: 'Great is the mystery of godliness, which . . . ~ 25 1, 58 | speak in two ways of the mystery of the ~Incarnation. First 26 1, 58 | and this is brought by the mystery of the Incarnation. ~Hence 27 1, 58 | to be instructed in this mystery ~from the very beginning.~ 28 1, 58 | 2/2~We can speak of the mystery of the Incarnation in another 29 1, 58 | understand my knowledge in the ~mystery of Christ, which in other 30 1, 65 | their creation knew the mystery of the ~kingdom of God, 31 1, 65 | beginning ~respecting the mystery of God's kingdom, which 32 1, 65 | less fully ~understood the mystery of the Incarnation, when 33 1, 105 | the dispensation of the mystery which ~hath been hidden 34 1, 105 | angels had long known the Mystery of the Incarnation, whereas ~ 35 1, 105 | entirely ignorant of the Mystery of the Incarnation ~but 36 1, 105 | of it afterwards when the Mystery was ~accomplished.~Aquin.: 37 1, 116 | the dispensation of the mystery which hath been hidden ~ 38 1, 116 | though he were to say: This mystery was ~hidden from men, but 39 1, 116 | were ~converted, of which mystery the Apostle is speaking 40 2, 101 | continually; and because the mystery of Christ, which was ~foreshadowed 41 2, 101 | both for representing ~the mystery of Christ, on account of 42 2, 102 | in order to represent the mystery of the ~Redemption of man 43 2, 102 | it might foreshadow the ~mystery of Christ. Now that which 44 2, 102 | matters relating to the mystery of Christ were hidden ~from 45 2, 102 | her blood," because the mystery of Christ's Passion should ~ 46 2, 102 | the Law foreshadowed the mystery ~of Christ: so that whatever 47 2, 103 | Jn. 1:29). And since ~the mystery of Christ's Incarnation 48 2, 103 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The mystery of the redemption of the 49 2, 103 | were ~concurrent, since the mystery of Christ had already begun, 50 2, 104 | worship of God and ~the mystery of Christ. But some precepts 51 2, 113 | justifies man through the mystery of ~Christ.~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 1 | omnipotence of God, etc.], the mystery of Christ's ~Incarnation, 53 2, 1 | of manifesting the Divine mystery or ~the Incarnation of Christ: 54 2, 1 | says (Eph. 3:5) that the mystery of Christ, "in other generations 55 2, 1 | possess happiness; and the mystery of Christ's Incarnation, ~" 56 2, 1 | while others pertain to the mystery of ~Christ's human nature, 57 2, 1 | human nature, which is the "mystery of godliness" (1 Tim. 3: 58 2, 2 | believe explicitly in the mystery of Christ?~Aquin.: SMT SS 59 2, 2 | believe explicitly in the mystery of Christ. For man is ~not 60 2, 2 | were in ignorance of the mystery of the Incarnation: ~hence, 61 2, 2 | believe explicitly in the mystery of Christ's Incarnation.~ 62 2, 2 | appear to have known the mystery of ~Christ explicitly, since 63 2, 2 | believe explicitly in the mystery of Christ. ~Aquin.: SMT 64 2, 2 | obtains ~beatitude. Now the mystery of Christ's Incarnation 65 2, 2 | belief of some kind in the mystery of Christ's Incarnation 66 2, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The mystery of the Kingdom of God was 67 2, 2 | believe explicitly in the mystery of ~Christ, without faith 68 2, 2 | in the Trinity, since the mystery of Christ ~includes that 69 2, 2 | just as, before Christ, the mystery of Christ ~was believed 70 2, 2 | so too was it with the mystery of the ~Trinity. And consequently, 71 2, 2 | to explicit faith in the mystery of the Trinity: and all 72 2, 3 | confidence, to make ~known the mystery of the gospel." Now it belongs 73 2, 8 | under faith, such as the mystery to three ~Persons in one 74 2, 43 | speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, a wisdom which is hidden."~ 75 2, 68 | xxxvi) that "there is here a mystery by which we ~are given to 76 2, 91 | unworthy who celebrates the mystery otherwise than ~Christ delivered 77 2, 108 | prophecy, in order to signify a mystery, namely, that the younger 78 2, 145 | this hour agrees with the mystery of Christ's Passion, which ~ 79 2, 159 | Apostle says (Eph. 3:5): "(The mystery of Christ) was not known 80 2, 159 | lesson ~proposed to us in the mystery of our redemption is the 81 2, 169 | surveyed ~things hidden in mystery." Hence among heathen nations 82 2, 169 | human knowledge; such as the mystery of the ~Trinity, which was 83 2, 172 | In other generations" the mystery of ~Christ "was not known 84 2, 172 | He ~is"; secondly, in the mystery of Christ's incarnation, 85 2, 172 | in the time of grace the mystery of the ~Trinity was revealed 86 2, 172 | regards the knowledge of this mystery.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 87 2, 178 | such as the doctrine of the mystery of the Trinity. Now only 88 3 | occurs: the first, about ~the mystery of the Incarnation itself, 89 3, 1 | Fide Orth. iii, ~1), by the mystery of the Incarnation are made 90 3, 1 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The mystery of the Incarnation was not 91 3, 1 | salvation of man. But the mystery of the Incarnation is such; ~ 92 3, 1 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the mystery of the Incarnation was revealed 93 3, 1 | not revealed. Hence, the mystery of the Incarnation ~could 94 3, 1 | it known." Therefore the mystery of the Incarnation which ~ 95 3, 2 | this cannot be said of the mystery of the Incarnation. ~First, 96 3, 2 | seeks to introduce into the mystery of ~the Incarnation two 97 3, 2 | arisen with regard to the mystery of the union of the two ~ 98 3, 2 | Dispensation," i.e. the mystery of the ~Incarnation. Hence 99 3, 2 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, in the mystery of the Incarnation the same 100 3, 2 | nature of man. And again, the mystery of the Incarnation is the ~ 101 3, 3 | Div. Nom. ii) that the mystery of the ~Incarnation pertains 102 3, 3 | Person. ~Hence, since in the mystery of the Incarnation "the 103 3, 3 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In the mystery of the Incarnation, there 104 3, 3 | the nature assumed in the mystery of the Incarnation has no ~ 105 3, 3 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, in the mystery of the Incarnation the whole 106 3, 3 | of ~supposita. But in the mystery of the Incarnation the union 107 3, 3 | Holy Ghost. For by the ~mystery of the Incarnation men are 108 3, 3 | Fide Orth. iii, 1): "In the mystery ~of the Incarnation the 109 3, 5 | from what was done in the mystery of the ~Incarnation. For 110 3, 5 | has said, teaching the mystery of the Incarnation (Jn. 111 3, 6 | other, of nature. But in the mystery of ~the Incarnation nothing 112 3, 8 | to 2 Thess. 2:7, "For the mystery of iniquity already worketh."~ 113 3, 9 | knew what ~belongs to the mystery of the Incarnation more 114 3, 13 | 1]; Q[10], A[1]) in the ~mystery of the Incarnation the union 115 3, 15 | to have suffered in the mystery of His death, Who ~bestows 116 3, 16 | and the Divine. But in the mystery of the ~Incarnation one 117 3, 16 | nevertheless come together ~by the mystery of the Incarnation in one 118 3, 16 | of ~another. But in the mystery of the Incarnation the natures, 119 3, 16 | only of man. Now ~in the mystery of the Incarnation the Divine 120 3, 16 | A[5]. So, ~too, in the mystery of the Incarnation we say 121 3, 17 | OBJ 5: Further, as in the mystery of the Trinity there are 122 3, 17 | in one Nature, so in the mystery of the Incarnation there 123 3, 17 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: In the mystery of the Divine Trinity the 124 3, 17 | Persons are one. But in the mystery of the ~Incarnation both 125 3, 25 | one cause of honor. In the mystery of the Incarnation it is 126 3, 27 | took note of the heavenly ~mystery. For the word of God is 127 3, 28 | have taken place in the mystery of ~Christ, which would 128 3, 29 | that he ~acknowledged the mystery."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 129 3, 30 | certain witness of this mystery, ~being instructed therein 130 3, 30 | Therefore it seems that ~the mystery of the Incarnation should 131 3, 30 | Therefore it seems that the mystery of the Incarnation should 132 3, 30 | angels did not fully know the mystery of the Incarnation: ~wherefore 133 3, 30 | greater dignity. But the mystery of the Incarnation is the 134 3, 30 | It was fitting for the mystery of the Incarnation to be ~ 135 3, 30 | to be ~taught the Divine mystery of the loving kindness of 136 3, 30 | to Mary, how the Divine mystery of the ineffable conception ~ 137 3, 30 | should be informed of the mystery of the Incarnation by means 138 3, 30 | were acquainted with the mystery of the Incarnation: and 139 3, 30 | knowledge of the details of this mystery, which are ~incomprehensible 140 3, 30 | to instruct her about the mystery of the ~Incarnation, which 141 3, 30 | the hearing of so great a mystery, began by praising her.~ 142 3, 31 | Q[29], A[1], ad 2) the mystery of Christ's ~Incarnation 143 3, 31 | faith. And therefore in the mystery of the Incarnation we do ~ 144 3, 31 | also be said that in the mystery of the Incarnation the miracle ~ 145 3, 33 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The mystery of the Incarnation is not 146 3, 33 | De Incarn. vi): "In this mystery thou ~shalt find many things 147 3, 34 | spiritual state. But the mystery of ~the Incarnation is considered 148 3, 36 | Wherefore, ~with regard to the mystery of the Resurrection it is 149 3, 37 | in the first, viz. to the mystery of the ~Incarnation, by 150 3, 39 | into the world in the ~mystery of the Incarnation, when " 151 3, 39 | is connected with the mystery accomplished in all who ~ 152 3, 39 | says on Mt. ~3:16,17: "The mystery of the Trinity is shown 153 3, 41 | doing this set forth the mystery of ~Adam's delivery from 154 3, 44 | would have hindered the mystery of His Passion, according 155 3, 44 | the Apostle says of this mystery" (1 Cor. 2:7,8), ~"which 156 3, 44 | was ~it fitting that the mystery of Christ should be proclaimed 157 3, 44 | power, ~but also through the mystery of His Incarnation. Consequently 158 3, 45 | in the Baptism, where the mystery of the first ~regeneration 159 3, 45 | transfiguration, which is the mystery of the second ~regeneration, 160 3, 47 | but they did not know ~the mystery of His Godhead." Consequently 161 3, 51 | it." Thirdly, as to the mystery ~whereby those are molded 162 3, 54 | He might accomplish the mystery of ~our redemption. Consequently, 163 3, 54 | Consequently, when this mystery of Christ's Passion and ~ 164 3, 55 | and proclaim the adorable mystery ~of the Resurrection: thus 165 3, 59 | what has been said of the Mystery of His Incarnation suffice 166 3, 60 | things that concern the mystery of the incarnate ~Word, 167 3, 60 | the dispensation of the mystery [sacramenti] which ~hath 168 3, 60 | sensible sign, just as in the mystery of the Incarnation the Word 169 3, 66 | repeated, on account of the mystery of the ~Trinity, yet it 170 3, 66 | times the celebration of the mystery of Baptism is not practicable."~ 171 3, 70 | first, because ~of the mystery; since, Christ, by taking 172 3, 73 | fittingly ~worshiped in a mystery."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[73] A[ 173 3, 73 | earnestly the death of this mystery, our Saviour willed this 174 3, 75 | Me are ~to spill. It is a mystery that I put before you: in 175 3, 75 | by the words: "It ~is a mystery that I put before you; in 176 3, 77 | celebration of the ~sacred mystery, and after the consecration 177 3, 78 | Eternal ~Testament, the Mystery of Faith, which shall be 178 3, 78 | out of place to add "the mystery of faith."~Aquin.: SMT TP 179 3, 78 | this account we add, "The Mystery of Faith." Thirdly, for 180 3, 78 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: The word "mystery" is inserted, not in order 181 3, 78 | namely, "eternal" and "mystery of ~faith," were handed 182 3, 80 | form it is ~called the "Mystery of Faith." Therefore, for 183 3, 80 | the church and receive the mystery of our ~Lord's body, after 184 3, 80 | commend the ~depth of this mystery, wished to fix it closely 185 3, 80 | dividing of one and the same mystery cannot happen without a 186 3, 80 | is unworthy of so great a mystery. ~Now this could especially 187 3, 81 | Eusebius explains of the new ~mystery of the New Testament, which 188 3, 82 | consecration of the Divine Mystery, if the priest invoking 189 3, 82 | Catholic Church, in the mystery of the Lord's body and blood, ~ 190 3, 83 | the celebration of this mystery?~(2) Of the time of celebrating;~( 191 3, 83 | uttered in celebrating this mystery;~(5) Of the actions performed 192 3, 83 | performed in celebrating this mystery.~(6) Of the defects which 193 3, 83 | the ~celebration of this mystery. Therefore, neither is He 194 3, 83 | time for celebrating this mystery has been properly ~determined?~ 195 3, 83 | time for celebrating this mystery has not been ~properly determined. 196 3, 83 | the celebration of this ~mystery, we must take into consideration 197 3, 83 | the celebration of this mystery ought to be determined by 198 3, 83 | answer that, Since the whole mystery of our salvation is comprised 199 3, 83 | the celebration of this mystery is ~preceded by a certain 200 3, 83 | because this sacrament is "a mystery of faith," as stated above ( 201 3, 83 | to the celebration of the mystery, which is both ~offered 202 3, 83 | for having received the mystery (and this is the meaning ~ 203 3, 83 | performed in celebrating this mystery ~are not becoming. For, 204 3, 83 | the celebration of this mystery ~some things are done in 205 3, 83 | they cannot finish the ~mystery begun, let it be free for 206 3, 83 | the happy issue of the ~mystery. Yet let not the course 207 Suppl, 42| far as it represents the mystery of Christ's union with the 208 Suppl, 65| in order to signify the mystery which the Apostle ~explains ( 209 Suppl, 65| inherit belongs ~to the mystery, as explained in the same 210 Suppl, 65| manner on ~account of the mystery it came about that the sons 211 Suppl, 67| signifying or showing some Divine mystery, as instanced in the ~dispensation


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