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cause (first, second)
Something or Someone capable of bringing about a change in something else. The "first" is that which causes something to be in an absolute sense; "second" is/are something(s) that can also bring about effects, but which are themselves effects ultimately of the "first."
To give rise to something from nothing
A form of religious belief in which there is a God Who is Creator of the world, Who nevertheless, once He has created it, does not involve Himself in its goings-on
Greek for "opinion"; also, "praise," "honor," "glory"
Latin for "from nothing," referring to the manner of God's creation of the world
Refers, not to what something is, but to fact that something actually is
Latin phrase meaning "happy fault." From the Easter Vigil liturgy, this paradoxical phrase refers to the sin of Adam, which, though evil, nevertheless "merited for us so great, so glorious a Redeemer"
"Existing or operating within; inherent"
An aspect of God's providence for His creation, referring to His "practical means of carrying His providence into effect" (Hardon, 79)
Referring to God's care for His creation, and the manner in which He provides for its needs
Greek for "end" or "purpose," this is what gives an action its intelligibility
Exceeding the boundaries of this world. Exceeding the boundaries of what can be known through the senses.
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