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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 21 | the promises made ~to the fathers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 2 1, 24 | were called ~"conscript" fathers. Now it is clear from the 3 1, 36 | but explaining what those fathers had understood of the ~matter. 4 1, 39 | Augustine says, because fathers by reason ~of old age are 5 1, 41 | there would not be several Fathers, or several ~Sons in God, 6 1, 43 | participate grace. For the Fathers of the Old Testament had 7 1, 43 | directed to the Old Testament ~Fathers, as appears from what Augustine 8 1, 43 | in ~former times with the Fathers and the Prophets." Thus 9 1, 43 | fittingly not sent to the fathers of the Old Testament, because ~ 10 1, 43 | however, ~given to the Fathers of the Old Testament which, 11 1, 61 | in ~the writings of the Fathers. The more probable one holds 12 1, 61 | the teaching of the Greek ~Fathers; all of whom hold the creation 13 1, 39 | Augustine says, because fathers by reason ~of old age are 14 1, 41 | there would not be several Fathers, or several ~Sons in God, 15 1, 43 | participate grace. For the Fathers of the Old Testament had 16 1, 43 | directed to the Old Testament ~Fathers, as appears from what Augustine 17 1, 43 | in ~former times with the Fathers and the Prophets." Thus 18 1, 43 | fittingly not sent to the fathers of the Old Testament, because ~ 19 1, 43 | however, ~given to the Fathers of the Old Testament which, 20 1, 62 | in ~the writings of the Fathers. The more probable one holds 21 1, 62 | the teaching of the Greek ~Fathers; all of whom hold the creation 22 1, 84 | children at first call men fathers, and later on ~distinguish 23 2, 73 | the Lord the God of their ~fathers; and will not impute it 24 2, 81 | visiting the iniquity of the fathers ~upon the children, unto 25 2, 87 | visiting the ~iniquity of the fathers upon the children, unto 26 2, 87 | then the measure of your fathers." The sins of the ~fathers 27 2, 87 | fathers." The sins of the ~fathers are said to be punished 28 2, 97 | we have received from the fathers of old."~Aquin.: SMT FS 29 2, 98 | disciples, which ~neither our fathers nor we have been able to 30 2, 98 | the Mediator, by which the fathers of old were justified even 31 2, 98 | promised by oath to thy fathers Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob."~ 32 2, 98 | the promised made to their fathers that Christ ~should be born 33 2, 98 | fire, because He loved thy ~fathers, and chose their seed after 34 2, 98 | Law . . . whose are the fathers, and of whom is Christ according ~ 35 2, 101 | disciples, which ~neither our fathers nor we have been able to 36 2, 102 | 22): "I spake not to your fathers and I ~commanded them not, 37 2, 103 | not of Moses, but of his fathers." Again, among those who 38 2, 103 | the same as that of the fathers of old; yet, since they 39 2, 103 | yet to be born, which the ~fathers of old said devoutly and 40 2, 103 | those ceremonies which the fathers of old fulfilled ~with devotion 41 2, 107 | which he says of the fathers of the Old Testament. In 42 2, 107 | instituted by the ~holy Fathers. Even in these Augustine 43 2, 1 | delivered by the early fathers to those who came later, 44 2, 1 | the knowledge ~of the holy fathers increased as time went on . . . 45 2, 1 | implicitly, in the faith of those Fathers who preceded them. But there ~ 46 2, 1 | faith was imparted to the Fathers who were instructors in 47 2, 1 | mentioned in the ~symbol of the Fathers. Therefore the latter is 48 2, 1 | besides the symbol of the Fathers, should be sung at Mass. ~ 49 2, 1 | repeated in the symbol of the Fathers, but is ~supposed as already 50 2, 1 | Since the symbol of the Fathers is an explanation of the ~ 51 2, 1 | which was defined by the Fathers ~assembled at Nicaea together 52 2, 4 | we confess as past, the fathers of old confessed as yet 53 2, 10 | sound interpretation of the Fathers. Hence Gregory says ~(Moral. 54 2, 10 | hitherto they and their fathers have ~for ages observed 55 2, 10 | said of the children of the fathers of old that they ~were saved 56 2, 55 | distinguish the ~rights of fathers and masters as distinct 57 2, 63 | Apostle says (Eph. 6:4): "You, fathers, ~provoke not your children 58 2, 81 | the "Conferences of the Fathers" (ix, cap. 11, seqq.) we 59 2, 84 | for which He ~swore to our fathers, that He would give it us." 60 2, 93 | undertakings, and which the Fathers have condemned, ~is nothing 61 2, 93 | the teaching of the holy fathers. For ~it is allowable that 62 2, 94 | things that happened to the ~fathers of old are signs of those 63 2, 95 | according to Ps. 94:9, "Your fathers tempted Me," and further ~ 64 2, 100 | persons are designated ~as "fathers," on account of their being 65 2, 106 | visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the ~children, unto 66 2, 106 | Visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the 67 2, 131 | is written (Col. 3:21): "Fathers, ~provoke not your children 68 2, 131 | according ~to Col. 3:21, "Fathers, provoke not your children 69 2, 153 | in the Conferences of the Fathers (Collat. xii, 10,11). ~In 70 2, 166 | in the Conferences of the Fathers xxiv, 21, it ~is related 71 2, 166 | related ~in the Lives of the Fathers (ii. 16; viii. 63) that 72 2, 170 | Hier. iv): "Our glorious fathers ~received Divine visions 73 2, 174 | spoke in times past to the ~fathers by the prophets." Therefore 74 2, 182 | in the Conferences of the Fathers (Coll. i, ~cap. vii) the 75 2, 184 | In the Conferences of the Fathers (Collat. i, 7) abbot ~Moses 76 2, 184 | jaw-bone of an ass. For those ~fathers, had it been seasonable 77 2, 184 | in the Conferences of the Fathers (Coll. ~xviii, 7) it is 78 2, 184 | the Lord the God of their fathers, and will not ~impute it 79 2, 184 | the Lord the God of their fathers with their whole heart rather ~ 80 2, 185 | the teaching of all the Fathers, not only to ~religious, 81 2, 185 | Arsenius in the Lives of the Fathers (v, 6) that he gave thanks 82 2, 186 | in the Conferences of the Fathers (Coll. xiv, 4) the Abbot ~ 83 2, 186 | In the Conferences of the Fathers (Coll. xiv, 4), Abbot ~Nesteros, 84 2, 186 | in the Conferences of the Fathers (Coll. x, ~3) that the Abbot 85 2, 186 | the Conferences of the ~Fathers (Coll. ii, 2) Blessed Antony 86 2, 186 | remarks ~(Conferences of the Fathers; Coll. ii, 2), is not the 87 2, 186 | in the Conferences of the Fathers ~(Coll. i, 7) the abbot 88 2, 186 | the Conferences of ~the Fathers (Coll. ii, 2), where he 89 2, 186 | was grain sent to the holy fathers? ~Why did the apostles thus 90 2, 186 | in the Conferences of the Fathers (Coll. i, 7) ~the Abbot 91 2, 187 | read in the Lives of the Fathers (vi, 1) that by ~entering 92 2, 187 | in the Conferences of the Fathers (Coll. xiv, 5) ~Abbot Nesteros 93 2, 187 | the Conferences of ~the Fathers (Coll. xix, 3,5,6) Abbot 94 3, 2 | does not receive it as the ~Fathers taught, viz. that from the 95 3, 2 | proper person. And the holy ~Fathers, seeing this, condemned 96 3, 2 | cannot be. But the ancient Fathers merited eternal life, to 97 3, 2 | entire nature. Yet the holy Fathers merited ~the Incarnation 98 3, 8 | written (Col. 2:17). But the fathers of the ~Old Testament in 99 3, 8 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: The holy Fathers made use of the legal sacraments, 100 3, 8 | ii). Hence the ancient Fathers, by ~observing the legal 101 3, 8 | Him, and hence the ancient Fathers ~belong to the same Church 102 3, 14 | because the de. sire of the Fathers would not seem to be ~fulfilled, 103 3, 14 | Moreover, the ancient Fathers did not ~desire bodily strength 104 3, 15 | was in Adam ~and the other fathers not altogether as we were. 105 3, 18 | the Symbol of the ~Holy Fathers has handed down to us, we 106 3, 27 | to be said of the ~Holy Fathers who lived before Christ.~ 107 3, 27 | glory of children are their ~fathers": and consequently, on the 108 3, 31 | cannot possibly have two fathers. But Matthew ~says that " 109 3, 31 | brothers ~born to different fathers. Now one of these, Jacob, 110 3, 31 | Visiting'] the iniquity of ~the fathers upon the children unto the 111 3, 42 | the promises made unto the fathers."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 112 3, 46 | underlying faith. But the ~Fathers of old believed that Christ 113 3, 47 | then, ~the measure of your fathers" (Mt. 23:32), says: "In 114 3, 47 | exceeded the measure of their fathers; for these latter slew men, 115 3, 48 | sacrifices of the holy ~Fathers were many and various signs 116 3, 48 | of the ~tradition of your fathers: but with the precious blood 117 3, 49 | therefore, that the holy ~Fathers who wrought works of justice, 118 3, 49 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The holy Fathers, by doing works of justice, 119 3, 52 | Whether He delivered the Holy Fathers from hell?~(6) Whether He 120 3, 52 | sorrows in the hell of the Fathers, nor ~in the hell of the 121 3, 52 | glory: while upon the holy Fathers ~detained in hell solely 122 3, 52 | the sorrow which the holy Fathers suffered in hell, and ~Augustine 123 3, 52 | obstacles which kept the holy Fathers from quitting hell, through 124 3, 52 | hell delivered the holy Fathers from ~thence?~Aquin.: SMT 125 3, 52 | did not deliver ~the holy Fathers from thence. For Augustine ( 126 3, 52 | Christ delivered the holy Fathers from ~hell.~Aquin.: SMT 127 3, 52 | But ~during life the holy Fathers were justified from sin 128 3, 52 | Consequently, the holy Fathers ~were not delivered on Christ' 129 3, 52 | Q[3], A[8]. But the holy Fathers were detained in hell for 130 3, 52 | hell He ~delivered the holy Fathers from thence. And this is 131 3, 52 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The holy Fathers while yet living were delivered 132 3, 52 | deliverance, because the ~holy Fathers could not be delivered from 133 3, 52 | thither. For, like the holy ~Fathers, the children were kept 134 3, 52 | original sin. ~But the holy Fathers were delivered from hell, 135 3, 52 | And furthermore, the holy Fathers were ~delivered from hell 136 3, 52 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The holy Fathers, although still held bound 137 3, 52 | the other hand, the holy Fathers before Christ's ~coming 138 3, 53 | Christ - for instance all the fathers ~of the Old Testament. Therefore 139 3, 60 | all that was done by the Fathers of the Old Testament, not 140 3, 61 | answer that, As the ancient Fathers were saved through faith 141 3, 62 | Para. 3/3~Nevertheless the Fathers of old were justified by 142 3, 62 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Fathers of old had faith in the 143 3, 67 | 9: "Moreover we have had fathers of our flesh for ~instructors, 144 3, 68 | by ~means of which the Fathers of old made profession of 145 3, 68 | ancient tradition of the Fathers that when heretics, ~baptized 146 3, 70 | Apostle, speaking of the Fathers of old, says (1 ~Cor. 10: 147 3, 70 | the same ~as that of the Fathers of old, according to the 148 3, 70 | things happened" to the Fathers of old "in ~figure" (1 Cor. 149 3, 70 | in Baptism. Now among the Fathers of old, Abraham was the ~ 150 3, 70 | giving of the Law. ~Those Fathers, however, who lived before 151 3, 72 | Heb. 12:9: "We have had fathers of our flesh, for ~instructors, 152 3, 80 | sacramentally; otherwise the fathers of ~old would have eaten 153 3, 80 | 1 Cor. 10:2), that the ~fathers of old were "baptized in 154 3, 80 | the Conferences of the Fathers (Cassian, Collat. xxii) 155 3, 83 | than ~the sacrifice of the fathers of old. Therefore, it is 156 Suppl, 13| read in the Lives of the Fathers (v, 5) of one who for love ~ 157 Suppl, 16| read in the Lives of the Fathers, that one of them ~said 158 Suppl, 18| the ~authority of the holy fathers in proportion to the sin." 159 Suppl, 28| read ~in the Lives of the Fathers of a certain man who, in 160 Suppl, 31| Further, we read of certain fathers in Egypt that they sent 161 Suppl, 36| read in the Lives of the Fathers that some who were monks ~ 162 Suppl, 69| the doctrine of the holy Fathers; wherefore the ~contrary 163 Suppl, 69| 1: The state of the holy Fathers as regards what was good 164 Suppl, 69| place of rest of the holy Fathers was called Abraham's ~bosom 165 Suppl, 69| save to the limbo of the Fathers. Therefore the ~limbo of 166 Suppl, 69| Therefore the ~limbo of the Fathers is the same as hell.~Aquin.: 167 Suppl, 69| consider the limbo of the Fathers and hell in respect ~of 168 Suppl, 69| not in the limbo of the Fathers, and because in hell there 169 Suppl, 69| temporally in the limbo ~of the Fathers. On the other hand, if we 170 Suppl, 69| called the limbo of the Fathers. For those who are in ~hell 171 Suppl, 69| and ~consequently the holy Fathers in whom there was the least 172 Suppl, 69| His descent, delivered the Fathers from ~limbo, He is said 173 Suppl, 69| but to the ~limbo of the Fathers. The latter is called the 174 Suppl, 69| same as the limbo of the Fathers?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 175 Suppl, 69| same as the limbo ~of the Fathers. For punishment should correspond 176 Suppl, 69| correspond to sin. Now the Fathers ~were detained in limbo 177 Suppl, 69| lenient than that of the holy Fathers. Therefore the ~place of 178 Suppl, 69| punishment in the ~limbo of the Fathers and eternal punishment in 179 Suppl, 69| children and the limbo ~of the Fathers the same.~Aquin.: SMT XP 180 Suppl, 69| answer that, The limbo of the Fathers and the limbo of children, ~ 181 Suppl, 69| the blessed life, as the Fathers in limbo had, ~in whom, 182 Suppl, 69| except that the limbo of the Fathers is placed higher ~than the 183 Suppl, 69| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Fathers did not stand in the same 184 Suppl, 69| as children. For in the Fathers original sin was expiated 185 Suppl, 69| abodes are appointed to the Fathers and to children.~Aquin.: 186 Suppl, 69| be in the limbo ~of the Fathers; nor again, would he be 187 Suppl, 69| 10: Further, just as the Fathers were delayed from obtaining 188 Suppl, 69| we ~have the limbo of the Fathers, where the Fathers were 189 Suppl, 69| of the Fathers, where the Fathers were detained from ~obtaining 190 Suppl, 69| assigned to the souls of the Fathers both ~before and after the 191 Suppl, 71| Further, in the Lives of the Fathers (iii, 172; vi, 3) we read, ~ 192 Suppl, 71| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The fathers of old arranged for the 193 Suppl, 72| will ~gather thee to thy fathers . . . that thy eyes may 194 Suppl, 74| Testament. Yet some of the fathers of the Old Testament rose 195 Suppl, 74| should ~be borne by the fathers of the Old Testament, than 196 Suppl, 85| unknown. For just as the holy Fathers looked forward to the first 197 Suppl, 85| the second. But the holy Fathers knew the time ~of the first 198 Suppl, 90| were in the limbo of the fathers. But various ~mansions are 199 Appen2, 1| Para. 2/2~Further, the holy fathers; before the coming of Christ,


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