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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 58 | MODE OF ANGELIC KNOWLEDGE (SEVEN ARTICLES)~After the foregoing 2 1, 58 | concerning which there are seven points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 3 1, 68 | fixed stars; the ~other seven, which may be called the 4 1, 68 | which may be called the seven heavens, are the spheres 5 1, 68 | enumerated above, there are ~seven corporeal heavens in all, 6 1, 70 | itself, secondly as to all seven days in general.~Aquin.: 7 1, 74 | Para. 1/1 - ON ALL THE SEVEN DAYS IN COMMON (THREE ARTICLES)~ 8 1, 74 | We next consider all the seven days in common: and there 9 1, 74 | the days that are called seven, are one day ~represented 10 1, 74 | others consider there were seven distinct ~days, not one 11 1, 74 | completion of a week of seven days, the first day returns 12 1, 75 | THE ESSENCE OF THE SOUL ~(SEVEN ARTICLES)~Having treated 13 1, 75 | the first head there are seven points of ~inquiry.~(1) 14 1, 59 | MODE OF ANGELIC KNOWLEDGE (SEVEN ARTICLES)~After the foregoing 15 1, 59 | concerning which there are seven points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 16 1, 69 | fixed stars; the ~other seven, which may be called the 17 1, 69 | which may be called the seven heavens, are the spheres 18 1, 69 | enumerated above, there are ~seven corporeal heavens in all, 19 1, 71 | itself, secondly as to all seven days in general.~Aquin.: 20 1, 73 | Para. 1/1 - ON ALL THE SEVEN DAYS IN COMMON (THREE ARTICLES)~ 21 1, 73 | We next consider all the seven days in common: and there 22 1, 73 | the days that are called seven, are one day ~represented 23 1, 73 | others consider there were seven distinct ~days, not one 24 1, 73 | completion of a week of seven days, the first day returns 25 1, 74 | THE ESSENCE OF THE SOUL ~(SEVEN ARTICLES)~Having treated 26 1, 74 | the first head there are seven points of ~inquiry.~(1) 27 1, 111 | angel Raphael, one of the seven who stand before the Lord" ~( 28 2, 7 | Invent. Rhetor. i), gives ~seven circumstances, which are 29 2, 68 | There were born to him seven sons," says ~(Moral. i, 30 2, 68 | says ~(Moral. i, 12): "Seven sons were born to us, when 31 2, 68 | of heavenly thought, the seven virtues of the Holy Ghost 32 2, 68 | upon him," etc. where the seven gifts of ~the Holy Ghost 33 2, 68 | enumerated. Therefore the seven gifts of the Holy ~Ghost 34 2, 68 | goeth and ~taketh with him seven other spirits," etc., says ( 35 2, 68 | Evang. i, ~qu. 8): "The seven vices are opposed to the 36 2, 68 | vices are opposed to the seven virtues of the Holy ~Ghost," 37 2, 68 | Holy ~Ghost," i.e. to the seven gifts. Now the seven vices 38 2, 68 | the seven gifts. Now the seven vices are opposed to the ~ 39 2, 68 | vices are opposed to the ~seven virtues, commonly so called. 40 2, 68 | Moral. i, 12) distinguishes seven gifts, which ~he states 41 2, 68 | states to be denoted by the seven sons of Job, from the three ~ 42 2, 68 | Moral. ii, 26) the same seven gifts ~from the four cardinal 43 2, 68 | For, seeing that of ~the seven gifts, four belong to the 44 2, 68 | to understand that these seven are there set down as being ~ 45 2, 68 | His other gifts." Now the seven ~gifts are necessary for 46 2, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost 47 2, 68 | OBJ 1: It would seem that seven gifts of the Holy Ghost 48 2, 68 | directing fear. Therefore ~the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost 49 2, 68 | give it a temper in the seven virtues" [viz. ~the gifts], 50 2, 68 | Moral. i, ~12) that "the seven sons," i.e. the seven gifts, " 51 2, 68 | the seven sons," i.e. the seven gifts, "never attain the ~ 52 2, 69 | mentioned. For ~there are seven gifts of the Holy Ghost: 53 2, 69 | of Luke. Therefore the seven or eight mentioned in Matthew 54 2, 69 | way, to all the preceding seven.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 55 2, 72 | xxxi, 17) says that "of the seven ~capital sins five are spiritual, 56 2, 72 | all sins according to the seven capital vices. Now all ~ 57 2, 84 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the seven capital vices are suitably 58 2, 84 | that we ought not to reckon seven capital vices, ~viz. vainglory, 59 2, 100 | as referring ~to God, and seven as referring to our neighbor.~ 60 2, 100 | as referring to God, and seven as referring to our ~neighbor. 61 2, 100 | of God, while the other seven pertain to the love of ~ 62 2, 102 | Now the ~candlestick had seven branches, as Josephus observes ( 63 2, 102 | iii, ~7,8), to signify the seven planets, wherewith the whole 64 2, 102 | of the world"; while the seven lamps denoted the ~seven 65 2, 102 | seven lamps denoted the ~seven gifts of the Holy Ghost. 66 2, 102 | Under the Old Law there were seven temporal solemnities, ~and 67 2, 102 | Tents," which was kept for seven ~days, to commemorate the 68 2, 102 | the door of the tabernacle seven times"; for the number seven 69 2, 102 | seven times"; for the number seven signified universality. ~ 70 2, 102 | of believers; and this "seven times," in token either 71 2, 102 | in token either of ~the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost, 72 2, 102 | the Holy Ghost, or of the seven days wherein all time ~is 73 2, 102 | worship of God, to wit, after seven days. ~At the first purification 74 2, 103 | Of ~all clean beasts take seven and seven . . . but of the 75 2, 103 | clean beasts take seven and seven . . . but of the beasts 76 2, 104 | evidently the case ~with the seven precepts of the second table. 77 2, 105 | together after the lapse of seven ~years. For it was probable 78 2, 1 | everlasting. Thus there are seven articles referring to the ~ 79 2, 1 | human nature, there are seven ~articles, the first of 80 2, 9 | Knowledge is reckoned among the seven gifts (Is. 11:2).~Aquin.: 81 2, 10 | Q[84], A[4]), there are seven ~capital sins, to which 82 2, 11 | brother "not" only "till seven times, but till seventy 83 2, 11 | but till seventy times ~seven times," which Jerome expounds 84 2, 18 | Lord is numbered among the seven gifts ~of the Holy Ghost ( 85 2, 18 | to be reckoned among the seven gifts of the ~Holy Ghost, 86 2, 18 | which is numbered among the ~seven gifts of the Holy Ghost, 87 2, 30 | enumerated. For we reckon seven corporal almsdeeds, namely, 88 2, 30 | Para. 2/3~Again we reckon seven spiritual alms, namely, 89 2, 32 | reckon hatred among the ~seven capital sins.~Aquin.: SMT 90 2, 33 | he states that from sloth seven things arise, viz. "idleness, ~ 91 2, 50 | should be reckoned among the seven gifts of the Holy ~Ghost?~( 92 2, 50 | the difference between the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost ~ 93 2, 50 | graces rather than among the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost.~ 94 2, 68 | or a doorkeeper without seven witnesses." Now the sin ~ 95 2, 78 | Somn. Scip. i, 8) reckons seven, viz. ~"innocence, friendship, 96 2, 81 | our enemies?~(9) Of the seven petitions of the Lord's 97 2, 81 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the seven petitions of the Lord's 98 2, 81 | It would seem that the seven petitions of the Lord's 99 2, 81 | superfluous for Matthew to mention seven.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 100 2, 81 | Monte ii, 11) adapts the seven ~petitions to the gifts 101 2, 81 | cxvi), "Luke included ~not seven but five petitions in the 102 2, 111 | him not: because there are seven mischiefs in his heart." 103 2, 116 | nine are reducible to the seven aforesaid. For lying ~and 104 2, 120 | the ark of the ~Lord for seven days, as related in Josue 105 2, 126 | De Somn. Scip. i) reckons seven parts of ~fortitude, namely " 106 2, 126 | Andronicus also reckons seven virtues ~annexed to fortitude, 107 2, 130 | numbers vainglory among the seven ~capital vices.~Aquin.: 108 2, 131 | in his own conceit than ~seven men that speak sentences." 109 2, 145 | completed the third period of seven ~years, they are not bound 110 2, 145 | fed four thousand men with seven ~loaves, which signify the 111 2, 159 | Simil. ci, seqq.) gives seven degrees of ~humility, the 112 2, 160 | hands of its lieutenants the seven ~principal vices, that they 113 2, 166 | vices are reducible to the seven capital ~vices, as Gregory 114 2, 172 | Etym. vii, 8): "There are seven kinds of ~prophecy. The 115 2, 172 | truth, for instance "the seven ~full ears of corn" signified " 116 2, 172 | ears of corn" signified "seven years of plenty" (Gn. 41: 117 2, 182 | Brethren, look ye out . . . seven men of good ~reputation," 118 2, 182 | appoint throughout the ~Church seven deacons, who were to be 119 3, 7 | It is written (Is. 4:1): "Seven women shall take hold ~of 120 3, 7 | gloss says: "That is, the seven gifts of the Holy ~Ghost 121 3, 11 | i.e. ~Christ, "there are seven eyes." Now by the eye is 122 3, 15 | Himself. Hence, in the seven rules of Tichonius which 123 3, 31 | of the present life, and seven, which signifies the rest 124 3, 31 | life to come: for six times seven are forty-two. The number 125 3, 31 | number beyond ten." And ~seven signifies universality: 126 3, 31 | universal time is involved in ~seven days." Now seven times eleven 127 3, 31 | involved in ~seven days." Now seven times eleven are seventy-seven: 128 3, 37 | man-child, she shall be unclean seven days"; ~and consequently 129 3, 39 | in order to designate the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost, 130 3, 41 | ordained to sin. But there are seven ~deadly sins, as we have 131 3, 46 | of the Jews, which lasted seven ~days.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 132 3, 65 | inquiry:~(1) Whether there are seven sacraments?~(2) The order 133 3, 65 | Whether there should be seven sacraments?~Aquin.: SMT 134 3, 65 | that there ought not to be seven sacraments. For the ~sacraments 135 3, 65 | there should be more than seven ~sacraments. For sacraments 136 3, 65 | Therefore there are more than ~seven sacraments.~Aquin.: SMT 137 3, 65 | sin. Therefore besides the seven sacraments, there ~should 138 3, 65 | becoming that there ~should be seven sacraments.~Aquin.: SMT 139 3, 70 | brought forth, they shall be seven days under the udder of 140 3, 83 | priest greets the people seven times, ~namely, five times, 141 3, 83 | let them do ~penance for seven days." And in the same distinction, 142 3, 84 | and I forgive him? till seven times?" Jesus ~answered: " 143 3, 84 | I say not to thee, till seven times, but till seventy 144 3, 84 | but till seventy times ~seven times." Therefore also God 145 Suppl, 8 | MINISTER OF CONFESSION (SEVEN ARTICLES)~We must now consider 146 Suppl, 8 | under which head there ~are seven points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 147 Suppl, 8 | for sin was due to last seven days, in other words, they 148 Suppl, 8 | they had ~to remain unclean seven days for one mortal sin. 149 Suppl, 8 | Testament, a punishment of seven years is imposed for one 150 Suppl, 8 | sinner. Now a punishment of seven years' duration is ~appointed 151 Suppl, 8 | while a punishment of seven years is prescribed for 152 Suppl, 8 | OBJ 2: This punishment of seven days did not expiate the ~ 153 Suppl, 8 | universally true that a seven years' penance is exacted ~ 154 Suppl, 24| 3/3~There are, besides, seven cases in which the person 155 Suppl, 25| a church a man obtains a seven years' remission. If, then, 156 Suppl, 25| church, an indulgence of seven years, which ~indulgence 157 Suppl, 28| his clergy recites the ~seven penitential psalms, and 158 Suppl, 32| WHAT PART OF THE BODY? (SEVEN ARTICLES)~We must now consider 159 Suppl, 32| under which head there are seven points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 160 Suppl, 34| mentioned by all among the seven sacraments of ~the Church.~ 161 Suppl, 35| sevenfold number signifies the seven gifts of the Holy ~Ghost, 162 Suppl, 37| Para. 1/1~Whether there are seven Orders?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 163 Suppl, 37| seem that there are not seven Orders. For the Orders of ~ 164 Suppl, 37| Therefore there are not seven.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 165 Suppl, 37| others suit the orders to the seven gifts, so ~that the priesthood 166 Suppl, 40| THE SACRAMENT OF ORDER (SEVEN ARTICLES)~We must now consider 167 Suppl, 40| Under this head there are seven points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 168 Suppl, 43| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether seven years is fittingly assigned 169 Suppl, 43| OBJ 1: It would seem that seven years is not fittingly assigned 170 Suppl, 43| arranged before the age of seven ~years as well as after.~ 171 Suppl, 43| place ~before the age of seven years.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 172 Suppl, 43| in boys before the age of seven. Therefore they can become 173 Suppl, 43| betrothed before they are seven years ~old, and subsequently 174 Suppl, 43| subsequently after the age of seven and before the age of ~maturity 175 Suppl, 43| contracted before the age of seven.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 176 Suppl, 43| with a girl who is not seven years old, since the lack 177 Suppl, 43| answer that, The age of seven years is fixed reasonably 178 Suppl, 43| at the end of his first seven years, wherefore ~children 179 Suppl, 43| at the end of his second seven years, as regards things ~ 180 Suppl, 43| at the end of his third seven years. Hence ~before his 181 Suppl, 43| Hence ~before his first seven years a man is not fit to 182 Suppl, 43| at the end of the second seven years he ~can already bind 183 Suppl, 43| wedlock. And after the third seven years he can bind ~himself 184 Suppl, 43| at the end of his second seven years, as the ~Philosopher 185 Suppl, 43| to boys under the age of seven ~does not result from the 186 Suppl, 43| are close upon the age of seven, the contract of ~betrothal 187 Suppl, 54| degree on ~account of the seven days of which all time is 188 Suppl, 55| place before the age of seven ~years; or if a man having 189 Suppl, 55| puberty and after the age of seven years, ~with a woman who 190 Suppl, 56| it is caused by means of seven things, beginning with the 191 Suppl, 56| contracted by each of these ~seven things. But this does not 192 Suppl, 62| unfaithful one. There are however seven cases to be excepted in ~ 193 Suppl, 67| OF THE BILL OF DIVORCE (SEVEN ARTICLES)~We must now consider 194 Suppl, 67| under which head there are ~seven points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 195 Suppl, 69| SOULS ARE AFTER DEATH (SEVEN ARTICLES)~In sequence to 196 Suppl, 69| the first head there are seven points of inquiry:~(1) Whether 197 Suppl, 86| because the two parts of seven, namely three and ~four, 198 Suppl, 88| the sun does ~now; the sun seven times as much as now, and 199 Suppl, 88| the bodies of the blessed ~seven times more than the sun, 200 Suppl, 94| PUNISHMENT OF THE DAMNED (SEVEN ARTICLES)~In due sequence 201 Suppl, 94| the first head there are seven points of inquiry:~(1) Whether


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