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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | the same as to ~know that Peter is approaching, even though 2 1, 2 | approaching, even though it is Peter who is ~approaching; for 3 1, 20 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Peter was better than John, since 4 1, 20 | knowing this to be true, asked Peter, saying: "Simon, son ~of 5 1, 20 | John more than ~He loved Peter. For as Augustine says, 6 1, 20 | 3: This doubt concerning Peter and John has been solved 7 1, 20 | active life, signified by Peter, loves God more than the 8 1, 20 | Para. 2/2~Some say that Peter loved Christ more in His 9 1, 20 | of glory in eternal life. Peter is said to have loved ~more, 10 1, 20 | others say that Christ loved Peter more, from his more excellent ~ 11 1, 20 | Hence, ~absolutely speaking, Peter was the better and more 12 1, 23 | that one predestined - e.g. Peter - may sin and then ~be killed. 13 1, 39 | as we say "the virtue of ~Peter." On the other hand, the 14 1, 39 | instance, when we say, "Peter is of great virtue [magnae ~ 15 1, 39 | as we say "the virtue of ~Peter." On the other hand, the 16 1, 39 | instance, when we say, "Peter is of great virtue [magnae ~ 17 1, 104 | healed by the shadow of Peter ~(Acts 5:15). Nor do they 18 1, 105 | the contrary, Gregory [*Peter Lombard, Sent. ii, D, ix; 19 1, 105 | possible. Hence ~the Blessed Peter admonishes those who by 20 1, 116 | sometimes by their power: thus Peter, by ~prayer, raised the 21 1, 116 | narrative ~of Nicetas to Peter, that Simon Magus, by sorcery 22 1, 118 | the true human nature of Peter ~and Martin belong this 23 2, 98 | the Old Law was not: since Peter said (Acts 15:10): "Why ~ 24 2, 101 | according to the words of Peter (Acts 15:10): ~"Why tempt 25 2, 103 | had come" to Antioch, Peter "withdrew and separated 26 2, 103 | 2: According to Jerome, Peter withdrew himself from the ~ 27 2, 103 | be ~false, Paul says that Peter "was to be blamed." Consequently 28 2, 103 | Consequently it is true ~that Peter was at fault: and Paul blamed 29 2, 103 | and not with ~pretense. Peter, however, did not sin, by 30 2, 105 | not suitably framed. For Peter said (Acts 10:34,35): "In 31 2, 107 | the hand, not the ~will" [*Peter Lombard, Sent. iii, D, 40]; 32 2, 108 | New Law curbs the will" [*Peter Lombard, Sent. iii, ~D, 33 2, 1 | 14:1) says: "We believe ~Peter or Paul, but we speak only 34 2, 1 | Hence our Lord said to Peter whom he ~made Sovereign 35 2, 1 | I have prayed for thee," Peter, ~"that thy faith fail not, 36 2, 2 | I have prayed for thee," Peter, "that ~thy faith fail not."~ 37 2, 5 | little, for Our ~Lord said to Peter (Mt. 14:31): "O thou of 38 2, 7 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Peter said (Acts 15:9): "Purifying 39 2, 10 | yet made manifest: hence Peter was sent to him to give ~ 40 2, 11 | matter to none other than Peter, as being the source of 41 2, 11 | hold the faith and see of ~Peter. If however this, our profession, 42 2, 11 | Further, Our Lord commanded Peter (Mt. 18:22) to forgive his ~ 43 2, 11 | Our Lord was speaking to Peter of sins committed against ~ 44 2, 18 | it was by this fear that Peter ~denied Christ - but that 45 2, 23 | the Passion (60) addresses Peter ~thus: "Our Lord saw in 46 2, 23 | assertion that "charity in Peter was not quenched, but cooled." ~ 47 2, 23 | quenched, but cooled." ~But Peter sinned mortally in denying 48 2, 23 | contempt, and, in this way, Peter did not lose charity. Secondly, ~ 49 2, 23 | charity in this way, that ~Peter lost charity; yet he soon 50 2, 31 | would not have withstood Peter then, unless he ~were in 51 2, 31 | publicly. Hence ~Paul, who was Peter's subject, rebuked him in 52 2, 31 | Augustine says on Gal. 2:11, "Peter gave an example to superiors, 53 2, 31 | and (Acts 5:4,9) that Peter publicly denounced Ananias 54 2, 31 | Saphira was denounced by Peter acting as God's executor, 55 2, 38 | contrary, It was said to Peter as representing bishops 56 2, 41 | dutifulness, for Our Lord said to Peter (Mt. 16:23): ~"Thou art 57 2, 41 | kind of hindrance: for ~Peter wished to hinder Our Lord' 58 2, 41 | perfect: and yet He said to Peter (Mt. ~16:23): "Thou art 59 2, 41 | Hence Our Lord ~said to Peter: "Thou art a scandal to 60 2, 41 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Peter, after receiving the Holy 61 2, 41 | I said to Cephas," i.e. Peter, "before them all: If ~thou 62 2, 41 | lxxxii) and of ~Paul also, Peter sinned and was to be blamed, 63 2, 41 | scandalized. Nevertheless Peter's action was not so grave 64 2, 41 | was no active scandal in Peter.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 65 2, 57 | mother of all the virtues" [*Peter ~Lombard, Sent. iii, D. 66 2, 61 | this particular man ~(e.g. Peter or Martin), then there is 67 2, 62 | and, in the New Testament, Peter killed Ananias and Saphira ~( 68 2, 62 | Him in this. As regards Peter, he did not put Ananias 69 2, 81 | 5: Further, the soul of Peter is not Peter. If therefore 70 2, 81 | the soul of Peter is not Peter. If therefore the souls ~ 71 2, 81 | ought not to call upon Saint Peter, but on his soul, to pray ~ 72 2, 83 | offer sacrifice to thee, Peter ~or Paul. But we give thanks 73 2, 86 | vii. The quotation is from Peter Comestor, Hist. ~Scholast.]: " 74 2, 91 | quoted in the gloss of Peter ~Lombard] says: "He is unworthy 75 2, 92 | always, but is stated [*Peter ~Comestor, Hist. Genes. 76 2, 98 | her": and for this reason Peter, in condemning the wickedness 77 2, 106 | in distress"; wherefore "Peter, who was calm in the security 78 2, 106 | about those of others." But Peter did not ~will the sin of 79 2, 109 | commentary on Gal. 2:11, "When Peter [Vulg.: 'Cephas'] was come 80 2, 128 | simply as in the ~case of Peter, whose intent was to suffer 81 2, 138 | violent bear it away." Hence Peter commands (1 Pt. ~5:8,9): " 82 2, 144 | This is the meaning of Peter's words quoted ~above, where 83 2, 152 | quotation is from the Gloss of Peter Lombard, who refers it to 84 2, 161 | alluding to the words of Peter Lombard quoted there], ~ 85 2, 171 | contemplation; thus we read of ~Peter (Acts 10:9) that while he 86 2, 172 | transport of the mind: ~thus Peter saw a vessel descending 87 2, 173 | an unclean life; whereas Peter, ~when the angel delivered 88 2, 173 | third heaven, ~so we read of Peter (Acts 10:10) that "there 89 2, 173 | an ecstasy of ~mind." Now Peter, in his ecstasy, saw not 90 2, 173 | the ecstasy that came upon Peter. ~Secondly, so that he contemplates 91 2, 176 | place after prayer, as when Peter raised to life the dead 92 2, 176 | being expressed, as when ~Peter by upbraiding the lying 93 2, 182 | enough merely to leave, Peter added that ~which is perfect: ' 94 2, 182 | God. ~Hence our Lord asked Peter first of all whether he 95 2, 183 | appears from our Lord asking ~Peter if he loved Him more than 96 2, 183 | the pastoral ~office to Peter, asked him if he loved Him 97 2, 183 | prelate. Hence although Peter ~was asked by our Lord if 98 2, 183 | that, by His own bestowal, Peter was in other ~respects fitted 99 2, 183 | your purses"; wherefore Peter said for ~himself and the 100 2, 184 | continence, as evidenced by Peter, of whose mother-in-law 101 2, 184 | renounce riches. Wherefore Peter whom He found married, ~ 102 2, 184 | Will ~you also go away?" Peter answered for the others: " 103 2, 184 | Matthew and ~Mark relate, Peter and Andrew followed Him 104 2, 184 | all things," observes, ~"Peter added that which is perfect 105 2, 186 | not enough to leave all, Peter adds that which is perfect, 106 2, 187 | to Augustine [*Gloss of Peter ~Lombard on Ps. 75:12]. 107 2, 187 | our Lord's calling ~them, Peter and Andrew "immediately 108 3, 4 | equal reason He would be Peter or any other man. ~Therefore 109 3, 7 | Christ, according to what Peter said to Him (Jn. 21:17): " 110 3, 11 | 25, when our Lord asked Peter: "Of whom do the kings of 111 3, 11 | children, or of strangers?" On Peter ~replying: "Of strangers," 112 3, 16 | as if we were to say that Peter ~is John because they are 113 3, 17 | by the word ~"Jesus" or "Peter." For this word "man" implies 114 3, 17 | Godhead; but the word "Peter" or "Jesus" implies one 115 3, 26 | follows, that of St. Bernard, Peter Lombard, Alexander of ~Hales, 116 3, 26 | those of Bernard, Albert, Peter, Alexander, and Bonaventure. 117 3, 35 | i.e. of the ~apostles Peter and Paul.~Aquin.: SMT TP 118 3, 37 | nations": and it was said to Peter (Mt. 16:18): "Thou art Peter, 119 3, 37 | Peter (Mt. 16:18): "Thou art Peter, and upon ~this rock I will 120 3, 38 | New Law is not named after Peter or Paul, but after ~Christ. 121 3, 38 | then the apostles - namely, Peter and ~John - "laid their 122 3, 38 | his own . . . That which Peter gave . . . and if ~any were 123 3, 42 | entitled as letters to Peter and Paul, for that they 124 3, 43 | Lk. 5:4) that He called Peter when "he was astonished 125 3, 44 | seeing the ~constancy of Peter and of John, understanding 126 3, 44 | again, in the fish caught by Peter, who found a stater ~in 127 3, 45 | saints as a tent. Hence when Peter proposed to make tents, " 128 3, 45 | should ~have taken not only Peter, James, and John, but all 129 3, 45 | followed after ~Him - namely, Peter, James, and John - that " 130 3, 45 | superior to the rest." For "Peter excelled in the ~love" he 131 3, 46 | women servants who accused Peter. He suffered from the ~rulers, 132 3, 46 | from Judas betraying and Peter denying Him.~Aquin.: SMT 133 3, 47 | glory." And (Acts 3:17), Peter, ~addressing the Jews, says: " 134 3, 47 | God or the Christ. Hence Peter said to them: "I know that 135 3, 50 | when we address the soul of Peter after his ~death we say: " 136 3, 50 | his ~death we say: "Saint Peter, pray for us." But the Son 137 3, 52 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Peter says (Acts 2:24) that "God 138 3, 52 | who were in ~bondage, as Peter said." But it is clear the 139 3, 52 | Reply OBJ 3: These words of Peter are referred by some to 140 3, 52 | was put off: accordingly (Peter) adds: "In the days of Noe, 141 3, 52 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Peter says (Acts 2:24): "Whom 142 3, 53 | Para. 1/1 ~OBJ 2: Further, Peter said (Acts 2:24) that "it 143 3, 53 | arises - how is it that Peter asserts that it was ~predicted 144 3, 54 | Reply OBJ 3: As Severianus [*Peter Chrysologus: Serm. lxxxii] 145 3, 55 | the ~sepulchre; thirdly to Peter; fourthly to the two disciples 146 3, 58 | comment is from the gloss of ~Peter Lombard] as if to answer: " 147 3, 68 | Eunuch at once ~(Acts 8); and Peter, Cornelius and those who 148 3, 69 | afterwards ~baptized by Peter. Therefore grace and virtues 149 3, 72 | on the ~apostles: hence Peter said (Acts 11:15): "When 150 3, 72 | Acts 10:44-48) that "while Peter was yet ~speaking . . . 151 3, 72 | 13:10), we gather ~that Peter and Christ's other disciples 152 3, 72 | who heard the preaching of Peter received the effect ~of 153 3, 78 | Church, who derived it from Peter the Apostle; and ~this on 154 3, 80 | enter under my roof"; ~also Peter, for saying (Lk. 5:8), " 155 3, 80 | fear. ~Hence, too, when Peter had said, "Depart from me, 156 3, 84 | also is Penance: wherefore Peter said to Simon Magus (Acts 157 3, 84 | Vulg.: 'heals'] thee," as Peter said to the ~palsied man ( 158 3, 84 | 19 before it was said to Peter: "Whatsoever thou ~shalt 159 3, 84 | etc., so did He say to Peter ~(Mt. 16:19): "Whatsoever 160 3, 84 | words which He ~addressed to Peter (Mt. 16:19): "Whatsoever 161 3, 84 | expressed both: ~for He said to Peter (Mt. 16:19): "Whatsoever 162 3, 84 | we read (Acts 3:6) that Peter said to the lame man: "What 163 3, 84 | said to have ~been made to Peter.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 164 3, 84 | contrary, When our Lord said to Peter (Mt. 16:19): "Whatsoever ~ 165 3, 84 | our Lord when He said to Peter (Mt. 16:19): "To thee will 166 3, 84 | according to the words of Peter (Acts 2:38): "Do ~penance, 167 3, 84 | related in Mt. 18:21, when Peter asked: "How often shall 168 3, 86 | sometimes suddenly, ~as Peter's mother-in-law was restored 169 3, 89 | his ~dignity; and Blessed Peter by shedding most bitter 170 3, 89 | to a higher order. For ~Peter, after his denial, was made 171 3, 89 | his denial ~and repentance Peter gives proof of greater confidence 172 3, Note| Book of the Sentences of Peter Lombard. ~(See Supplement [ 173 3, Note| Book of the Sentences of Peter Lombard. This ~commentary 174 Suppl, 6 | without ~confession, e.g. Peter, Magdalen and Paul. But 175 Suppl, 17| here follows the opinion of Peter Lombard, and ~replies in 176 Suppl, 17| the keys are promised to Peter (Mt. 16:19), so that not 177 Suppl, 18| here follows the opinion of Peter Lombard, and replies in 178 Suppl, 18| follows the opinion of ~Peter Lombard, and replies in 179 Suppl, 18| here follows the opinion of Peter Lombard, and replies in 180 Suppl, 18| the keys was conferred on Peter (Mt. 16:19) mention ~is 181 Suppl, 20| they are ~ordained. But to Peter in particular He gave the 182 Suppl, 20| dependence on the power ~given to Peter, according to His appointment.~ 183 Suppl, 21| Para. 1/1 ~On the contrary, Peter sentenced Ananias and Saphira 184 Suppl, 22| Nevertheless God bestowed ~both on Peter (Mt. 16:19), from whom they 185 Suppl, 25| reverence" (Heb. 5:7) said to Peter, on whose profession of 186 Suppl, 25| the privilege granted to Peter, to whom it was said ~(Mt. 187 Suppl, 25| the church of the Blessed Peter, then a person ~gains the 188 Suppl, 40| of the apostles, namely Peter (Mt. 16:19), ~was given 189 Suppl, 40| was given first of all to Peter alone, to show that this ~ 190 Suppl, 40| pastoral staff because ~Peter sent his to restore to life 191 Suppl, 42| this point. For some ~[*Peter Lombard, Sent. iv, D, 2] 192 Suppl, 51| John, thinking ~to baptize Peter, John would be baptized 193 Suppl, 54| from a certain one, say Peter, in the first degree - for ~ 194 Suppl, 72| 2~Further, Jerome [*St. Peter Damian, Opuscul. xlix; he 195 Suppl, 72| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Peter explains himself to which 196 Suppl, 80| power: even as the body ~of Peter had the power whereby the 197 Suppl, 80| healed at the passing of ~Peter's shadow (Acts 5:15) not 198 Suppl, 84| for instance of Magdalen, Peter, and ~David. Therefore in 199 Suppl, 85| last days (Acts 2:17) when Peter expounded the ~saying of 200 Suppl, 89| attain to the glory of Peter.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[92] A[


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