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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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observance

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1 2, 61 | unchangeableness; ~His justice is the observance of the Eternal Law in His 2 2, 94 | special causes ~hindering the observance of such precepts, as stated 3 2, 96 | happens often that the ~observance of some point of law conduces 4 2, 96 | a case arise wherein the observance of ~that law would be hurtful 5 2, 96 | must be noted, that if the observance of the law ~according to 6 2, 97 | custom avails much for the observance of laws, seeing that ~what 7 2, 97 | is clearly unjust, or its observance extremely harmful. Wherefore 8 2, 97 | in ~favor of a particular observance, that does the authority 9 2, 98 | could be saved without the observance of the Old Law, the Jews 10 2, 98 | been ~saved without the observance of the Law. Therefore none 11 2, 99 | but are directed to the observance of the precepts, as ~stated 12 2, 99 | have induced men to the observance of its ~precepts, by means 13 2, 99 | have induced men to the ~observance of its precepts, by means 14 2, 99 | would persuade a man to the observance of any precepts, needs ~ 15 2, 100 | the acts of virtue. For observance of the precepts of the Old 16 2, 100 | The precept of the Sabbath observance is moral in one ~respect, 17 2, 100 | precept of the ~Sabbath-day observance is not one of the ten precepts, 18 2, 100 | ten precepts, because its ~observance, in the letter, is not binding 19 2, 100 | precept of the ~Sabbath-day observance to be put among the precepts 20 2, 100 | just as the Sabbath-day observance pertained to the ~worship 21 2, 100 | of God, so also did the observance of other solemnities, and 22 2, 100 | precept about the ~Sabbath-day observance. Therefore it should contain 23 2, 100 | foreshadowed in the ~Sabbath-day observance: wherefore it is written ( 24 2, 100 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the observance of the Sabbath is ordained 25 2, 100 | seems to follow that the ~observance of the commandments suffices 26 2, 101 | worship of God; ~such as the observance of the Sabbath, the feasts 27 2, 101 | may be included under the observance of solemnities.~Aquin.: 28 2, 102 | who are proficient in ~the observance of the commandments. These 29 2, 102 | these sensible things to the observance of the Law.~Aquin.: SMT 30 2, 102 | offspring, ~and set aside the observance of the letter, i.e. the 31 2, 103 | the Law, but only as an observance ~included in the Law. Hence 32 2, 103 | Christ: of which faith the ~observance of these ceremonies was 33 2, 103 | of Abraham's ~faith: the observance of the sabbath, to recall 34 2, 103 | Church complied with ~this observance; for it is stated (Gal. 35 2, 103 | excessive minuteness in the observance of the ~legal rites lest 36 2, 103 | literally, not to prevent the observance of legal ~ceremonies, but 37 2, 104 | performance of certain ~deeds, the observance thereof is not prejudicial 38 2, 107 | The New Law does not void observance of the Old Law except ~in 39 2, 107 | stated above (ad 1), their observance ~was abolished by their 40 2, 107 | But in the Old Testament observance of the Law was ~followed 41 2, 108 | On the other hand, the observance of the ~ceremonial precepts 42 2, 10 | they are tolerated in the observance of their rites.~Aquin.: 43 2, 15 | meaning of the ~paschal observance, and (Dt. 13:9) they were 44 2, 21 | to ~strengthen man in the observance of the Law, delivered their 45 2, 38 | 1/2~I answer that, The observance of holy days is no hindrance 46 2, 41 | and of doctrine." Now the observance of the ~counsels, and the 47 2, 41 | Sometimes, however, ~the observance of the counsels and the 48 2, 76 | promised as a reward for the observance ~of the Law, according to 49 2, 78 | piety, ~gratitude, revenge, observance, truth." Now revenge is 50 2, 78 | meed for virtue, and thus ~"observance" is annexed to justice, 51 2, 78 | Obedience" is included in observance, which Tully ~mentions, 52 2, 78 | truthfulness" ~as to the observance of one's promises: yet " 53 2, 79 | religion, (2) piety, (3) ~observance, (4) gratitude, (5) revenge, ( 54 2, 79 | special virtue distinct from observance, or "dulia," ~or piety whereby 55 2, 85 | to the past time of legal observance: ~thus Hilary says (Super 56 2, 86 | dispensation given in the observance of a law because, as ~stated 57 2, 86 | 3: Further, just as the observance of a vow of abstinence may 58 2, 86 | person, so too may be the observance of a vow of ~continency. 59 2, 86 | Pontiff can disperse from its observance."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 60 2, 86 | by vow to ~the perpetual observance of chastity: thirdly, the 61 2, 90 | defined as being "immoderate observance of religion," according ~ 62 2, 92 | needy elements?" says: "The observance of the Law, to which ~they 63 2, 92 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The observance of the Law during the time 64 2, 93 | means of lots, omens, or the observance of ~shadows. I doubt not 65 2, 94 | connection with ~any particular observance, but according to the will 66 2, 94 | accordance with ~a vain observance of the notary art, but according 67 2, 94 | idolatry, which authorized ~the observance of auguries, of lucky and 68 2, 94 | connection ~with any vain observance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 69 2, 100 | 102] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF OBSERVANCE, CONSIDERED IN ITSELF, AND 70 2, 100 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider observance and its parts, the considerations 71 2, 100 | Para. 2/2~Under the head of observance there are three points of 72 2, 100 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether observance is a special virtue, distinct 73 2, 100 | other virtues?~(2) What does observance offer?~(3) Of its comparison 74 2, 100 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether observance is a special virtue, distinct 75 2, 100 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that observance is not a special virtue, 76 2, 100 | objects. But the ~object of observance is not distinct from the 77 2, 100 | Rhet. ii) that "it is by observance that we pay worship and 78 2, 100 | excel in dignity. ~Therefore observance is not a distinct virtue 79 2, 100 | science and virtue. Therefore observance, ~whereby we pay worship 80 2, 100 | special justice. Therefore observance is not by ~itself a special 81 2, 100 | Invent. Rhet. ii) reckons observance along ~with the other parts 82 2, 100 | our so under piety we find observance, ~whereby worship and honor 83 2, 100 | way piety can be called ~observance by way of excellence, although 84 2, 100 | of excellence, although observance properly speaking is ~distinct 85 2, 100 | 1~Whether it belongs to observance to pay worship and honor 86 2, 100 | that it does not belong to observance to pay worship and ~honor 87 2, 100 | is ~unfitting to define observance as paying worship and honor 88 2, 100 | wherefore ~this belongs to observance also, since it is a part 89 2, 100 | placed over us. Therefore observance is unfittingly ~defined 90 2, 100 | subject to them." ~Therefore observance is not fittingly defined 91 2, 100 | Rhet. ii) that "it is by ~observance that we pay worship and 92 2, 100 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether observance is a greater virtue than 93 2, 100 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that observance is a greater virtue than 94 2, 100 | whom worship is paid by observance is compared to a father 95 2, 100 | subject thereto. Therefore observance is a greater virtue than ~ 96 2, 100 | common good. Therefore ~observance, whereby worship is paid 97 2, 100 | virtuous by the ~virtue of observance, as stated above (A[1], 98 2, 100 | A[1], ad 3). Therefore observance ~takes the first place after 99 2, 100 | This no longer ~belongs to observance, but to piety, which pays 100 2, 100 | this belongs properly to observance, as ~distinct from piety. 101 2, 100 | Therefore in comparing observance with piety we must ~needs 102 2, 100 | piety takes ~precedence of observance, inasmuch as it pays worship 103 2, 100 | worship does not pertain to observance, but to ~piety, as stated 104 2, 101 | Out. Para. 1/2 - PARTS OF OBSERVANCE AND ORDINARY VICE (QQ[103]- 105 2, 101 | now consider the parts of observance. We shall consider (1) ~ 106 2, 101 | moreover, a species of observance, because by observance we ~ 107 2, 101 | of observance, because by observance we ~honor all those who 108 2, 101 | thus it comprises piety and observance, and ~any similar virtue 109 2, 101 | is one of the species of observance, mentioned by Tully (De 110 2, 102 | contained, in a way, under ~observance; while in so far as it proceeds 111 2, 104 | worship our parents, and ~observance, whereby we worship persons 112 2, 118 | something, namely, the ~observance of the letter of the law. 113 2, 120 | Therefore the precept of the observance of the Sabbath is unfittingly ~ 114 2, 120 | particular Divine works: but the observance of the Sabbath is ~representative 115 2, 120 | to the end of the Sabbath observance: ~since man abstains from 116 2, 120 | precept of the Sabbath ~observance. In like manner it is not 117 2, 120 | it is not contrary to the observance of the ~Sabbath to exercise 118 2, 120 | way are contrary to the observance of the Sabbath, in so far 119 2, 120 | for it is not against the ~observance of the Sabbath to eat and 120 2, 120 | is not ~contrary to the observance of the Sabbath: wherefore 121 2, 120 | OBJ 4: In the New Law the observance of the Lord's day took the ~ 122 2, 120 | day took the ~place of the observance of the Sabbath, not by virtue 123 2, 120 | Christian people. For ~this observance is not figurative, as was 124 2, 120 | not figurative, as was the observance of the Sabbath ~in the Old 125 2, 120 | part of justice, so are observance, gratitude, ~and others 126 2, 122 | not consistent with Church observance, for ~we do not celebrate 127 2, 145 | would not insist on its observance if he were present. Hence 128 2, 145 | something ~incompatible with observance of the precept. Yet discretion 129 2, 145 | special obstacle to this observance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 130 2, 147 | that matter wherein /the ~observance of the measure is most deserving 131 2, 152 | states (De Virgin. 8), the observance of chastity, by being directed 132 2, 152 | opposed to chastity for the observance of ~which certain persons 133 2, 168 | essentially an inducement to the ~observance of the Law presuppose the 134 2, 182 | perfection consists in the observance of the ~commandments or 135 2, 182 | perfection consists in the ~observance not of the commandments 136 2, 182 | Further, all are bound to the observance of the commandments, ~since 137 2, 182 | does not consist in the observance of the commandments, since ~ 138 2, 182 | charity cannot precede the observance of the commandments, ~since 139 2, 182 | perfection consists in the observance of the precepts. ~Aquin.: 140 2, 182 | consists essentially ~in the observance of the commandments; wherefore 141 2, 182 | perfection consists in the ~observance of the counsels, all of 142 2, 182 | strictness of religious observance. If, however, the ~religious 143 2, 182 | orders is bound to regular observance to which ~persons in holy 144 2, 184 | 184], A[3]) the perfect ~observance of the precepts of charity 145 2, 184 | directly ordained ~for the observance of the vow of continence. 146 2, 185 | ecclesiastical duties, and the observance of the monastic rule in ~ 147 2, 185 | are not exempt from the observance of precepts. Now manual ~ 148 2, 186 | disposing oneself to the observance of each of them. For instance 149 2, 186 | the divine service, their ~observance of the essential vows of 150 2, 186 | should not be of stricter observance than ~those directed to 151 2, 187 | are not practiced in the observance of the ~commandments should 152 2, 187 | who are ~practiced in the observance of the commandments. For 153 2, 187 | who are practiced in the observance of the ~commandments.~Aquin.: 154 2, 187 | already ~practiced in the observance of the precepts.~Aquin.: 155 2, 187 | one be practiced ~in the observance of the precepts.~Aquin.: 156 2, 187 | practiced in the easier observance of the commandments. Therefore 157 2, 187 | ought not to pass to the ~observance of the counsels in religion, 158 2, 187 | of all ~practiced in the observance of the commandments.~Aquin.: 159 2, 187 | was not practiced in the ~observance of the commandments was 160 2, 187 | called by our Lord to the observance ~of the counsels. For it 161 2, 187 | to be ~practiced in the observance of the commandments before 162 2, 187 | who are practiced in the ~observance of the commandments should 163 2, 187 | he lied as to the perfect observance of ~this commandment. Hence 164 2, 187 | consists chiefly in the ~observance of the precepts of charity, 165 2, 187 | counsels conduces to the better observance of the precepts. The other ~ 166 2, 187 | the intention the perfect ~observance of the precepts of charity 167 2, 187 | directed to the end. But the observance in a ~general way of the 168 2, 187 | versa. ~Hence the common observance of the precepts precedes 169 2, 187 | of the species. ~But the observance of the precepts apart from 170 2, 187 | counsels is directed to ~the observance of the precepts together 171 2, 187 | religious order if the observance is better. Hence in the 172 3, 25 | in accordance with the ~observance of the Church as practiced 173 3, 28 | His Mother; so also the ~observance of the counsels, which is 174 3, 37 | she ~wished to fulfil the observance of purification, not because 175 3, 37 | precept, but fulfilled the observance of purification of her own 176 3, 38 | Christ rather than to the observance of the Old Law.~Aquin.: 177 3, 46 | institutes of stricter ~observance. But those who do the like 178 3, 70 | the whole Law." But the ~observance of the Law was not promulgated 179 3, 70 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The observance of the Law was not to be 180 Suppl, 8 | that which hinders the observance of a Divine command ~cannot 181 Suppl, 12| every moral ~virtue is the observance of a mean. wherefore every 182 Suppl, 12| every act that implies the ~observance of a mean is formally an 183 Suppl, 27| detrimental to ~religious observance, because, as to the reward 184 Suppl, 45| marriage, namely obedience or observance of the ~rule. If, however, 185 Suppl, 86| as to knowledge and as to observance; ~thirdly that one should 186 Suppl, 93| perfection is added to the observance of the Decalogue, ~signified 187 Suppl, 93| who in addition to the observance of virginity are by the


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