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status integritatis

state of integrity

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status originalis

original condition or state

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status purorum naturalium

the purely natural condition

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stipulatio

stipulation or condition

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stricte

strictly

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sub specie aeternitatis

under the aspect or form of eternity

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subiectum

subject

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subiectum convertendum

the converted subject

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subiectum quo

the subject by which

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subiectum quod

the subject which

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subsistentia

subsistence or subsistent

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substantia

substance

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substantia cogitans

thinking substance

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actus substantialis cogitandi

the substantial actualization of thinking

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actus cogitandi

the actuality of thinking

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substantia individua intelligens

an individual, intelligent substance

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suggestio verborum

the suggestion of words

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summa

the main point, principal issue, or substance

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summum bonum

the highest good

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summus princeps

supreme ruler or sovereign

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superadditum

something superadded

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superbia

pride

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suppositum

supposit; a self-existent, or self-subsistent thing

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suppositum intelligens

a thinking, self subsistent being

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supra lapsum

above or prior to the fall

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sursum corda

lift up (your) hearts

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sustentatio

preservation, providential sustenance

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syllogismus practicus

the practical syllogism

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synaidios (συναΐδιος)

coeternal

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synaphē (συναφή)

attachment, connection or union

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synapheia (συνάφεια)

union or conjunction

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synchōrētikōs (συγχωρητικῶς)

forgivingly

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synderesis (synteresis)

the innate habit of the understanding which grasps basic principles of moral law apart from the activity of formal moral training

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syneidēsis (συνείδησις)

conscience

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synergismus

synergism; i.e. a working together

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synergoi (συνεργοί)

fellow workers, co-workers

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syntaxia (συνταξία)

a collection, arrangement

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ta dynata (τὰ δυνατά)

possible things

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ta mellonta (τὰ μέλλοντα)

things that are to be

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tantus, -a, -um

only

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tapeinōsis (ταπείνωσις)

humiliation

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tautotēs (ταὐτότης)

identity

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tautousios (ταὐτούσιος)

of identical essence

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teleiōsis (τελείωσις)

fulfillment, perfection

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telos (τέλος)

goal

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tentatio

trial, affliction, temptation

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terminus a quo

the terminus or point from which; i.e. the point of departure of a process

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terminus ad quem

the terminus or point to which; i.e. the final goal of a process

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terminus ultimus

ultimate goal

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terminus proprius

proper goal

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terminus gratiae peremptorius

the peremptory limit of grace

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terminus salutis peremptorius

the peremptory limit of salvation

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terminus vocationis ad quem

the point to which of calling

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terra

earth

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terra incognita

an unknown land

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terrores conscientiae

terrors of conscience

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tertius usus legis

third use of the law

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tessera

token or sign

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testamentum

testament

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testes veritatis

witnesses of the truth

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testimonium

testimony, witness

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testimonium internum Spiritus Sancti

internal testimony of the Holy Spirit

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textus receptus

the received text

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theanthrōpos (θεάνθρωπος)

God-man

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theologia

theology

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Theologia a Deo docetur, Deum docet, et ad Deum ducit

Theology is taught by God, teaches of God, and leads to God (Thomas Aquinas)

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theologia acroamatica

higher theology

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theologia angelorum

the theology of angels

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theologia archetypa

archetypal theology

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theologia beatorum

theology of the blessed

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theologia catechetica

catechetical theology

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theologia crucis

theology of the cross

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theologia ectypa

ectypal theology