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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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chastity

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1 2, 51 | own bodily temperament to chastity or meekness or ~such like.~ 2 2, 60 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Chastity is about sexual pleasures, 3 2, 63 | them natural virtues, i.e. chastity, justice, humility, which 4 2, 64 | and is the most ~perfect chastity: and to give all to the 5 2, 65 | prompt in doing deeds of ~chastity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 6 2, 70 | charity, meekness, faith, and chastity. Now virtues ~are not actions 7 2, 70 | by "contingency" and ~"chastity": whether these two differ 8 2, 70 | these two differ because chastity withdraws man from ~unlawful 9 2, 70 | God: wherein also is true chastity. By uncleanness we must ~ 10 2, 73 | he has taken the vow of chastity. Fourthly, on account of 11 2, 88 | of his act is opposed to chastity; but if this other be another ~ 12 2, 100 | liberality, mercy, ~and chastity; so there should have been 13 2, 100 | also does ~the virtue of chastity, in so far as the generative 14 2, 102 | the turtledove signified chastity; while the dove ~was a figure 15 2, 102 | loins were girt in sign of chastity: ~and the shoes of their 16 2, 102 | all His ministers, viz. chastity denoted by ~the breeches; 17 2, 108 | pleasures by ~perpetual chastity; and the pride of life by 18 2, 108 | the ~counsel of perpetual chastity, saying (Mt. 19:12): "There 19 2, 14 | virtues, viz. abstinence and chastity, dispose man ~very much 20 2, 18 | modesty, continency ~and chastity.~ 21 2, 22 | unbelievers, there can be true chastity, if they curb their ~concupiscences, 22 2, 22 | strictly true justice, or chastity, without that due ~ordering 23 2, 43 | Thus, about matters of chastity, a man after ~inquiring 24 2, 43 | he who has the habit of chastity judges of such ~matters 25 2, 43 | peace. For when a man, by chastity, avoids the corruption of 26 2, 57 | adultery it is ~opposed to chastity, as regards murder it is 27 2, 58 | about matters relating to chastity. Therefore ~judgment, which 28 2, 63 | that they might ~preserve chastity. Therefore it is not lawful 29 2, 63 | only to justice but also to chastity, we shall speak in the ~ 30 2, 83 | by continence belongs to chastity, by martyrdom belongs to ~ 31 2, 86 | continent, which is an act of chastity) are better ~and more meritorious, 32 2, 86 | more excellent virtue than chastity. Now ~if a man vows an act 33 2, 86 | which is about an act of chastity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 34 2, 86 | property, like the ~keeping of chastity, is so bound up with the 35 2, 86 | perpetual observance of chastity: thirdly, the solemnity 36 2, 86 | dispense a monk from ~keeping chastity," it follows seemingly, 37 2, 86 | the Decretal is because "chastity is bound up with ~the monastic 38 2, 86 | not to its being an act of chastity, but ~because through the 39 2, 102 | and this is contrary to chastity. Therefore God is not to 40 2, 102 | Nor was it contrary to chastity that ~Osee was commanded 41 2, 102 | profession take vows ~of chastity and poverty, so do they 42 2, 102 | religious ~is bound to observe chastity and poverty in all things. 43 2, 109 | does another: he pretends chastity, and delights in lewdness, ~ 44 2, 122 | those who ~threatened their chastity, threw themselves into a 45 2, 122 | seemingly the integrity of chastity is preferable to the life 46 2, 122 | violated ~against my will, my chastity will gain me a twofold crown."~ 47 2, 122 | rather through contempt of chastity. Wherefore in the sight 48 2, 136 | But this is opposed to chastity. Therefore effeminacy ~is 49 2, 141 | shamefacedness, abstinence, chastity, honesty, moderation, lowliness, ~ 50 2, 141 | procreation, there is "chastity," and as to the pleasures 51 2, 144 | body." Now this belongs to ~chastity, as its very name denotes. 52 2, 144 | special ~virtue distinct from chastity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[146] A[ 53 2, 144 | through being a ~help to chastity, since one virtue helps 54 2, 145 | fasting, in knowledge, in ~chastity, etc. [Vulg.: 'in chastity, 55 2, 145 | chastity, etc. [Vulg.: 'in chastity, in knowledge']."~Aquin.: 56 2, 145 | 6:5,6): "In fasting, in chastity," since fasting is the ~ 57 2, 145 | fasting is the ~guardian of chastity. For, according to Jerome [* 58 2, 145 | kindles the true light of chastity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] 59 2, 145 | he sets fasting before ~chastity, or night-watchings before 60 2, 145 | an act of religion, or of chastity, or ~of any other virtue.~ 61 2, 149 | 151] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF CHASTITY (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 62 2, 149 | ARTICLES)~We must next consider chastity: (1) The virtue itself of 63 2, 149 | 1) The virtue itself of chastity: (2) ~virginity, which is 64 2, 149 | virginity, which is a part of chastity: (3) lust, which is the 65 2, 149 | of inquiry: ~(1) Whether chastity is a virtue?~(2) Whether 66 2, 149 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether chastity is a virtue?~Aquin.: SMT 67 2, 149 | OBJ 1: It would seem that chastity is not a virtue. For here 68 2, 149 | virtues of the soul. But chastity, seemingly, belongs to the ~ 69 2, 149 | parts of the body. Therefore chastity ~is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 70 2, 149 | stated in Ethic. ii, ~6. But chastity, apparently, is not voluntary, 71 2, 149 | Therefore it seems that ~chastity is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 72 2, 149 | unbelievers ~are chaste. Therefore chastity is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 73 2, 149 | distinct from the virtues. But chastity ~is reckoned among the fruits ( 74 2, 149 | fruits (Gal. 5:23). Therefore chastity is not a ~virtue.~Aquin.: 75 2, 149 | thy wife in virtue, since ~chastity is a virtue, thou yieldest 76 2, 149 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Chastity takes its name from the 77 2, 149 | Therefore it is evident that chastity is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 78 2, 149 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Chastity does indeed reside in the 79 2, 149 | body. For it belongs to chastity that a man ~make moderate 80 2, 149 | unbelievers there is neither true chastity, nor any other virtue, ~ 81 2, 149 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Chastity is a virtue in so far as 82 2, 149 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether chastity is a general virtue?~Aquin.: 83 2, 149 | OBJ 1: It would seem that chastity is a general virtue. For 84 2, 149 | says (De Mendacio xx) that "chastity of the mind is the well-ordered ~ 85 2, 149 | every virtue. Therefore chastity is a ~general virtue.~Aquin.: 86 2, 149 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, "Chastity" takes its name from "chastisement" [* 87 2, 149 | that every moral virtue is chastity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[151] A[ 88 2, 149 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, chastity is opposed to fornication. 89 2, 149 | disloyal to'] Thee." Therefore chastity is a general ~virtue.~Aquin.: 90 2, 149 | I answer that, The word "chastity" is employed in two ways. 91 2, 149 | pleasures. Secondly, the word ~"chastity" is employed metaphorically: 92 2, 149 | is the proper matter of chastity and ~of lust its contrary 93 2, 149 | the matter of a spiritual ~chastity metaphorically speaking, 94 2, 149 | may be called a ~spiritual chastity, according to 2 Cor. 11: 95 2, 149 | to many lovers." Taking chastity in this sense, it is a general 96 2, 149 | Nevertheless, the essence of this chastity consists ~principally in 97 2, 149 | OBJ 1: This argument takes chastity in the metaphorical sense.~ 98 2, 149 | chastised: and consequently chastity is applied antonomastically ~ 99 2, 149 | is opposed to spiritual chastity, as ~stated.~Aquin.: SMT 100 2, 149 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether chastity is a distinct virtue from 101 2, 149 | OBJ 1: It would seem that chastity is not a distinct virtue 102 2, 149 | which are the matter of ~chastity, pertain to the touch, it 103 2, 149 | the touch, it seems that chastity is not a distinct ~virtue 104 2, 149 | which need chastising. Now "chastity" ~takes its name from "chastisement" 105 2, 149 | seems that abstinence is ~chastity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[151] A[ 106 2, 149 | which are the matter ~of chastity: wherefore Jerome says [* 107 2, 149 | Therefore abstinence and chastity are not distinct virtues.~ 108 2, 149 | 2 Cor. 6:5,6) reckons "chastity" together ~with "fastings" 109 2, 149 | is ~preserved. Therefore chastity, which is about venereal 110 2, 149 | abstinence ~directs its act to chastity as its end.~Aquin.: SMT 111 2, 149 | purity belongs especially to chastity?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[151] A[ 112 2, 149 | not belong especially to chastity. ~For Augustine says (De 113 2, 149 | not something belonging to chastity, but is of ~itself a virtue 114 2, 149 | itself a virtue distinct from chastity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[151] A[ 115 2, 149 | purity belongs no more to chastity than to the other ~virtues.~ 116 2, 149 | and not especially to ~chastity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[151] A[ 117 2, 149 | is the proper matter of chastity. Therefore purity belongs ~ 118 2, 149 | purity belongs ~properly to chastity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[151] A[ 119 2, 149 | these external signs, while chastity ~regards rather sexual union. 120 2, 149 | Therefore purity is directed to chastity, ~not as a virtue distinct 121 2, 149 | expressing a circumstance of ~chastity. Nevertheless the one is 122 2, 149 | of purity as designating ~chastity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[151] A[ 123 2, 150 | Virgin. i, 5) that "virginal chastity is integrity free of pollution."~ 124 2, 150 | virtue being related ~to chastity as magnificence to liberality.~ 125 2, 150 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: Conjugal chastity is deserving of praise merely 126 2, 150 | attaches to it ~above that of chastity in general. Widowhood, however, 127 2, 150 | however, adds something to ~chastity in general; but it does 128 2, 150 | accounted a virtue ~above chastity, even as magnificence is 129 2, 150 | greater virtue than conjugal chastity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 130 2, 150 | First, on the ~part of chastity itself; if to wit, the married 131 2, 150 | than Abraham, although the chastity of ~celibacy is better than 132 2, 150 | celibacy is better than the chastity of marriage." Further on 133 2, 150 | namely in the ~genus of chastity, since it surpasses the 134 2, 150 | since it surpasses the chastity both of widowhood and ~of 135 2, 150 | comeliness is ascribed to chastity ~antonomastically, it follows 136 2, 150 | surpassing beauty is ascribed to ~chastity. Wherefore Ambrose says ( 137 2, 150 | comparison with other degrees of chastity. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] 138 2, 151 | lust which is opposed to chastity: (1) ~Lust in general; ( 139 2, 151 | good of ~Susanna's conjugal chastity, yet we prefer the good 140 2, 151 | humility of mind safeguard ~the chastity of the flesh." Now it is 141 2, 152 | difficult combats are those of chastity; wherein the ~fight is a 142 2, 152 | twofold offense ~against chastity and the good of human procreation. 143 2, 152 | from being a privation of chastity. But all kinds of lust are ~ 144 2, 152 | of lust are ~opposed to chastity. Therefore it seems that 145 2, 152 | and ~this is contrary to chastity. Hence it is evident that 146 2, 152 | would be most prejudicial to chastity, both on account of the ~ 147 2, 152 | Virgin. 8), the observance of chastity, by being directed to ~the 148 2, 152 | those ~who vow and keep chastity. Wherefore it is manifest 149 2, 152 | lust which is opposed to chastity for the observance of ~which 150 2, 153 | Apostle joins continence to chastity (Gal. ~5:23). In this sense 151 2, 153 | preeminence of virginity over ~chastity considered absolutely. In 152 2, 153 | continent soul," in the genus of chastity the fruitfulness of the 153 2, 178 | it is that the virtue of chastity most of all ~makes man apt 154 2, 184 | Bono Conjug. xxii), "the chastity of ~celibacy is better than 155 2, 184 | celibacy is better than the chastity of marriage, one of which 156 2, 184 | monasterium) that "the keeping of chastity and the renouncing of property ~ 157 2, 184 | virtue, but to conjugal chastity, or to external ~riches 158 2, 185 | watchings, in ~fastings, in chastity." Fourthly, it is directed 159 2, 187 | individual, such as vows of chastity, virginity, and the like." ~ 160 3, 28 | understood of those ~who vow chastity absolutely. Christ's Mother 161 3, 29 | easily the fair name of ~chastity is disparaged: nor did He 162 3, 37 | after birth the ~seal of chastity remained inviolate." Consequently 163 3, 37 | chaste animal, it signifies ~chastity; and being a solitary animal, 164 Suppl, 40| Testament are more bound to chastity than were the ministers 165 Suppl, 40| the ~breeches as a sign of chastity. Much more therefore should 166 Suppl, 40| Wherefore as a sign of the chastity which they had then to observe, 167 Suppl, 52| danger to which his ~wife's chastity is exposed, and the obstacle 168 Suppl, 53| has taken a simple vow of chastity can never have carnal ~intercourse 169 Suppl, 53| he fears to endanger her ~chastity: nor does it matter that 170 Suppl, 53| if she has no fear of her chastity being ~endangered through 171 Suppl, 59| in marriage there is real chastity. But according to ~Augustine ( 172 Suppl, 59| i, 18) there is no real chastity between an ~unbeliever and 173 Suppl, 59| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The chastity and other virtues of unbelievers 174 Suppl, 64| more danger to ~the wife's chastity as a result of wandering 175 Suppl, 67| for conjugal fidelity and chastity." Such causes ~are imperfections 176 Suppl, 93| violated against my will, my chastity ~will receive a double crown" [*


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