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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | not ~participated in its full perfection; but if this 2 1, 12 | intellect ~will with its full power see the Divine essence. 3 1, 13 | although they fall short of a full representation of Him. Which 4 1, 13 | of the agent not in its full degree, but in a measure 5 1, 19 | contains in Himself the full perfection ~of being, it 6 1, 25 | Further, Christ as man is full of grace and truth, and 7 1, 51 | has not within itself the full nature of ~the species. 8 1, 63 | we are to understand ~the full formation of the angel by 9 1, 66 | formless before it received its full form, so time was in a ~ 10 1, 70 | was probably ~made in its full perfection as were plants 11 1, 52 | has not within itself the full nature of ~the species. 12 1, 64 | we are to understand ~the full formation of the angel by 13 1, 67 | formless before it received its full form, so time was in a ~ 14 1, 71 | was probably ~made in its full perfection as were plants 15 1, 83 | that "every intelligence is full of forms." Therefore ~the 16 1, 93 | is impeded as regards the full ~and clear consideration 17 1, 98 | children would have had full ~powers of the body immediately 18 1, 98 | But if children had not full strength in the use of their ~ 19 1, 104 | miracle is so called as being full of wonder; as ~having a 20 1, 107 | perfect vision of God; the full reception of the Divine 21 2, 18 | all that belongs to the full complement of its goodness, 22 2, 40 | 12) that "the young are full of hope."~Aquin.: SMT FS 23 2, 40 | heat of their nature, are full of spirit; so that their ~ 24 2, 40 | attempt everything and are full of hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS 25 2, 45 | those are ~hopeful are full of daring." Therefore it 26 2, 45 | daring are ~precipitate and full of eagerness before the 27 2, 46 | with utterance yet without full ~expression"], and lastly, " 28 2, 58 | virtuous without having full use of reason as ~to everything, 29 2, 58 | way all virtuous men have full use of ~reason. Hence those 30 2, 62 | receive from charity ~their full complement as virtues. For 31 2, 65 | vision, and instead of hope, full comprehension [*See above, 32 2, 68 | man has the former in his full possession, ~whereas he 33 2, 68 | that "it makes the mind full of ~reason," which is necessary 34 2, 69 | be happy because they are full of hope"; ~and the Apostle 35 2, 77 | prevent it from having its full effect; since the members 36 2, 78 | have a vicious habit, "are full of remorse" (Ethic. ix, 37 2, 78 | choosing, of which he ~has full control, is the principle 38 2, 91 | human reason cannot have a full participation of the ~dictate 39 2, 91 | the New ~Law, to that of a full grown man, who is "no longer 40 2, 95 | hands; but he has not the full complement, as other animals 41 2, 102 | out: "All the earth is full of His glory" (Is. 6:1,3). 42 2, 102 | was gilded: for Christ was full of wisdom and ~charity, 43 2, 102 | new moon: and not at the full ~moon, to avoid the worship 44 2, 102 | And the "red ~cow was of full age," because all Christ' 45 2, 102 | poor. The kite, which is full of cunning, denotes those 46 2, 105 | the kingly authority with full power, but gave them judges 47 2, 105 | which is a useful animal and full of strength, ~especially 48 2, 106 | world and producing its full effect, so that, to wit, 49 2, 107 | the ear, afterwards ~the full corn in the ear," expresses 50 2, 107 | Law ~of Moses; lastly, the full corn, i.e. the Law of the 51 2, 108 | flesh," ~and afterwards: "full of grace and truth"; and 52 2, 13 | Holy Ghost, of Whom He was ~full, according to his human 53 2, 19 | passion: so that a man who is ~full of sorrow does not easily 54 2, 25 | Now fellowship in the full participation of happiness ~ 55 2, 27 | Whether this joy can be full?~(4) Whether it is a virtue?~ 56 2, 27 | the passions: ~and rest is full when there is no more movement. 57 2, 27 | more movement. Hence joy is full, when ~there remains nothing 58 2, 27 | because then there will be ~full enjoyment of God, wherein 59 2, 27 | the joy of the blessed is ~full to perfection - indeed over-full, 60 2, 27 | follows that this perfectly full joy is not taken into ~man, 61 2, 27 | Hence each one's joy will be full ~with regard to himself, 62 2, 38 | wit, warlike pursuits are full of unrest, so that they 63 2, 38 | interpreted "rest." But wars are full of unrest. Therefore by 64 2, 43 | consenting to the good, full of mercy and good fruits, 65 2, 43 | is denoted by the words ~"full of mercy and good fruits." 66 2, 47 | intellective power is in full vigor, have no need for 67 2, 48 | 10, but he has not the full power of a ~king, wherefore 68 2, 53 | 19:23, "His interior is full of deceit," but ~this is 69 2, 53 | vii, 6) that "Venus is full of guile and her ~girdle 70 2, 53 | Philosopher says that "Venus is full of guile," he is referring 71 2, 65 | have not of ~themselves full power of coercion. Accordingly 72 2, 65 | hand the sovereign who has full authority in the commonwealth, ~ 73 2, 70 | Strive not with a man that is full of tongue, and heap ~not 74 2, 79 | because ~He is of Himself full of glory to which no creature 75 2, 93 | divines, as though they were full of God. For ~they pretend 76 2, 98 | but in minor orders; or a full dispensation ~allowing him 77 2, 111 | wickedly, and his interior is full of deceit," and it is ~in 78 2, 112 | justice, because it lacks the full aspect of debt, whereby 79 2, 137 | fortitude there is to enjoy full security from toil and evil.~ 80 2, 146 | 28:8, ~"All tables were full of vomit and filth." But 81 2, 148 | it come not near me. But full feeding sometimes hath ~ 82 2, 151 | lustful man, whose heart is full of lewd ~concupiscences, 83 2, 161 | resemblance," we ~read: "Full of wisdom." But the first 84 2, 163 | into sin, and thus He knew full well ~that it was not expedient 85 2, 166 | to obtain the grace of a full ~pardon." Therefore there 86 2, 172 | for instance "the seven ~full ears of corn" signified " 87 2, 173 | third heaven, he lacked that full and perfect knowledge of ~ 88 2, 185 | scandalized, but those who ~are full of malice like the Pharisees, 89 2, 186 | friends against ~robbers is full of justice": even so our 90 2, 187 | hunger, whilst thy house is ~full of all manner of good things, 91 2, 187 | simple ~vow, not yet having full use of reason, he is not 92 2, 187 | though if he has not the full use of reason, he ~would 93 2, 187 | embrace me, her holy ~hands full of multitudes of good examples. 94 3, 1 | Fifthly, with regard to the full participation of ~the Divinity, 95 3, 1 | afterwards it is added: "Full of grace and truth." Therefore 96 3, 2 | virtue, and ~consists in the full enjoyment of God. Whereas 97 3, 6 | Him [Vulg.: 'His ~glory'] full of grace and truth," and 98 3, 6 | Only-begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth," it ~ 99 3, 6 | even before His soul ~was full of grace and truth.~Aquin.: 100 3, 6 | Only-begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth" - by 101 3, 6 | Only-begotten of the Father, He is full of grace and truth. But 102 3, 7 | refers to Christ, Who is full of all good." But a good ~ 103 3, 7 | virtue. Therefore Christ was full of all virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 104 3, 7 | 4:1: ~"And Jesus, being full of the Holy Ghost, returned 105 3, 7 | according to ~Jn. 1:14: "Full of grace and truth." But 106 3, 7 | dream." But Christ had ~full and unveiled knowledge, 107 3, 7 | that although Christ had full and unveiled knowledge as 108 3, 7 | Him [Vulg.: 'His ~glory'] full of grace and truth."~Aquin.: 109 3, 7 | to him alone. But to be full of ~grace is attributed 110 3, 7 | Virgin ~(Lk. 1:28): "Hail, full of grace"; and again it 111 3, 7 | written (Acts 6:8): ~"Stephen, full of grace and fortitude." 112 3, 7 | Only-begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth." But 113 3, 7 | is proper ~to Him to be full of grace and truth.~Aquin.: 114 3, 7 | Blessed Virgin is said to be full of grace, not on the ~part 115 3, 7 | grace; but she is said to be full ~of grace in reference to 116 3, 7 | too, Stephen is said to be full of grace, since he ~had 117 3, 7 | As the Father ~begot a full and perfect Word, it is 118 3, 7 | Word, it is united thus full and perfect to ~human nature." 119 3, 7 | Only-begotten of the Father, full of grace ~and truth." But 120 3, 7 | that of which Christ was full.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[12] 121 3, 7 | Christ as man was a ~true and full comprehensor from the first 122 3, 8 | Vulg.: 'His glory'] . . . full of ~grace and truth," as 123 3, 9 | can be added to what is full. But the power of ~Christ' 124 3, 9 | respect the soul of Christ was full of the infused knowledge. ~ 125 3, 10 | Only-begotten ~of the Father," "full" not only of "grace" but 126 3, 15 | Only-begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth"; and 127 3, 20 | also in His members by the full ~participation of the Godhead. 128 3, 22 | priesthood of Christ has full power to expiate sins.~Aquin.: 129 3, 23 | Only-begotten of the Father; ~full of grace and truth."~Aquin.: 130 3, 27 | Only-Begotten of the Father full of grace and truth," ~received 131 3, 27 | her in the words: "Hail full of grace!"~Aquin.: SMT TP 132 3, 27 | of the ~Only-Begotten'] full of grace and truth." But 133 3, 27 | be added to that which is full and ~perfect: for "the perfect 134 3, 27 | angel said to her: "Hail, full of grace" (Lk. ~1:28); which 135 3, 27 | ad Paul. et Eustoch.): "Full indeed of grace: for to ~ 136 3, 27 | received within her Him Who is full of all grace; and by ~bringing 137 3, 30 | conception, by saying, "Full of grace"; ~then he announced 138 3, 34 | Only-Begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth." For 139 3, 34 | according to Jn. 1:14: "Full of grace and truth." ~Wherefore, 140 3, 36 | kind of ~foretaste of the full manifestation which was 141 3, 36 | they were corrupted, and full ~of ill-will. But the shepherds 142 3, 38 | with John's baptism who had full knowledge of the Trinity. ~ 143 3, 41 | being impassable to man and full of beasts.~Aquin.: SMT TP 144 3, 44 | that it occurred at the ~full moon." It may be, therefore, 145 3, 44 | observes (on Mt. 21:19), "being full of moisture, makes the miracle 146 3, 46 | was slain, and when it was full moon," it is quite ~clear 147 3, 49 | which ~consists in the full enjoyment of God.~Aquin.: 148 3, 49 | only-Begotten of the Father, full of grace and of truth." ~ 149 3, 50 | Athanasius: 45, iii. The full title is De ~Trinitate et 150 3, 52 | understood of the refreshing of full deliverance, because the ~ 151 3, 59 | united with truth, and more full of truth; ~according to 152 3, 59 | 1:14: "We saw Him . . . full of grace and truth." And ~ 153 3, 59 | Only-Begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth . . . 154 3, 63 | that as ~Christ has the full power of a spiritual priesthood, 155 3, 66 | whatever is ~lacking to the full invocation of the Trinity, 156 3, 67 | than by Baptism receive a full remission both of guilt 157 3, 67 | OBJ 3: Education would be full of confusion if there were 158 3, 68 | Baptism," i.e. as ~to the full deliverance from guilt and 159 3, 69 | conception ~Christ was "full of grace and truth," yet 160 3, 69 | We have seen Him . . . full of grace and truth; ~and 161 3, 69 | Baptism will not receive its ~full effect, which is the remission 162 3, 71 | gives man grace unto the full remission of sins. ~But 163 3, 72 | of His conception He was "full of grace and truth" (Jn. ~ 164 3, 72 | written that "Jesus being full of the Holy Ghost, returned 165 3, 72 | For ~Baptism which bestows full remission of sins is not 166 3, 72 | Confirmation: since it bestows full remission of ~sins, both 167 3, 73 | contains Christ, ~Who is "full of grace."~Aquin.: SMT TP 168 3, 79 | shall be peace, and unity, full ~and perfect."~Aquin.: SMT 169 3, 82 | invoking him be ~proved full of guilty deeds?" Consequently, 170 3, 83 | generation, of itself, is in the full light, and on this account 171 3, 83 | whose bodies are already in full beatitude, are denoted ~ 172 3, 84 | in Baptism, which confers full remission of all ~sins, 173 3, 84 | penitent's work is ~the full remission of sin both as 174 3, 87 | do not suffice for the ~full remission of venial sins.~ 175 Suppl, 9 | respect confession should be "full of shame," so as not to 176 Suppl, 10| he does not ~receive such full pardon, as he would otherwise 177 Suppl, 14| certain whether he made full satisfaction: wherefore 178 Suppl, 14| profit, either receive a full pardon, or at least find 179 Suppl, 16| 4) that "evil men are ~full of repentance, and this 180 Suppl, 25| one penny would gain the full indulgence, not so a rich ~ 181 Suppl, 26| the Church. Consequently full power in ~the dispensation 182 Suppl, 32| For these diseases are full of danger and cause death 183 Suppl, 37| while the priest receives a full ~chalice, so the acolyte 184 Suppl, 37| cruet, but the subdeacon a full ~one. Thus there is a certain 185 Suppl, 40| dalmatic" (which is a ~full vestment, so called because 186 Suppl, 40| show that he has received full power to dispense the sacraments, 187 Suppl, 58| because a ~man has not yet the full use of his free-will.~ 188 Suppl, 63| because it has not its ~full signification, since there 189 Suppl, 69| were delayed from obtaining full ~glory of the soul before 190 Suppl, 71| offered ~for him, receives the full meed of those suffrages, 191 Suppl, 71| the person who is more ~full of charity, although they 192 Suppl, 74| received not the promise," i.e. full beatitude of soul ~and body, 193 Suppl, 77| For they can neither rise full, since thus they contain ~ 194 Suppl, 77| would the body correspond in full ~proportion to the soul. 195 Suppl, 81| But in like manner no full place can resist a glorified 196 Suppl, 84| saints in heaven will be so full of joy, that they will have 197 Suppl, 85| judgment does not at once take full effect since even the ~good 198 Suppl, 95| 4) that "the wicked are full ~of repentance; for afterwards 199 Appen2, 1| punishment is not paid in ~full after the stain of sin has


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